High School Interns Learn How To Combat Prejudice

Posted By on August 16, 2012

High School Interns Learn How To Combat Prejudice Theyre Making A World Of Difference With ADL Peter Roy of Richmond Hill High School (at left) and Rosa Calosso of Aviation High School in Long Island City are among a host of teenagers participating in the Anti-Defamation Leagues A World of Difference summer internship program, which promotes civil rights issues and tolerance for others. A diverse group of New York City high school students, including three from Queens, who have been leading efforts to stand up to hatred and bigotry is spending the summer participating in the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) internship program, which in its 20th year aims to teach civil rights issues, promote diversity, and provide anti-bias and anti-bullying education. The 15 students in the ADL World of Difference Institute Summer Internship Program were selected for their leadership qualities and experience in ADLs Peer Trainer program, an initiative that empowers students to facilitate conversations about hatred, prejudice and discrimination with their peers

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High School Interns Learn How To Combat Prejudice

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