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Peace and Justice Institute - The Children's Hour: Justice - You can be an activist!

Teach the principles of Valencia College's Peace and Justice Institute with this resource guide. Storytimes, activities, and tools for families.

Conversations on Justice: The Children's Hour

Your Voice Matters!
Learning How You Can Make A Difference

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Malala's Magic Pencil

Principles of How to Treat One Another

Community Resources

Children's Volunteer Opportunities

Hands-On Orlando
​​​​​​​Both online and socially-distanced in-person opportunities

Orlando Cares - Grown-Up Volunteers
Adults can volunteer to support children within the Orlando area

For more information, contact the Orlando Cares Program Coordinator, Nancy Flores, at orlandocares@cityoforlando.net or 407.246.3507

Adapted from The City of Orlando: http://www.cityoforlando.net/oca/get-involved/ 

Activity Recommendations

Ways For Children To Participate In Peaceful Protests

Writing
Speeches at school
Writing letters
 Newspaper opinion section
Write your principal or teacher
Making a statement
Speak with a parent, teacher, or community leader
Group presentation
Car or bike procession
Speak virtually at a local government meeting
Write on sidewalks
Meaningful acts
Flags
Songs
Shirts
Reflection or prayer
Signs
Arts
Create a skit
Songs
Humor/Jokes
Window paint
Signs