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This year, The Diversity Center's School & Youth Events will center on the use of storytelling as a tool for understanding self-identity and community. Stories, whether written, oral, or visual, transcend cultural boundaries and have the potential to lead young people into a powerful space of discovery.
High School students spend 2 nights at Camp Wise participating in in-depth conversations about race, gender, sexual orientation, ability, and other aspects of diversity. Students hear from keynote speakers who specialize in diversity related topics and have the opportunity to participate in fun activities.
Tuesday, October 15 - Friday, October 25, 2013
Locations to be determined by registrants
Living Voices presents dynamic solo performances uniquely combined with archival film that turns history into a moving, personal journey.
Two hundred Northeast Ohio students and educators are invited to honor one selected middle school and one selected high school student that have been identified as diversity champions in their schools and communities.
Camp STARR is a four-day overnight experience for 25 high school students who exhibit a committed interest in diversity and inclusion. Participants will visit Ft. Ancient Archaelogical Park and The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in addition to participating in a simulation of the Trail of Tears.
Throughout the week, students are challenged both physically and emotionally through team-building activities and discussion. On the final day of camp, the students are guests of Kings Island Amusement Park.
Fall High School Retreat
Spring Middle School Conference
Underwritten by Fifth Third Bank