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Social Justice

Students Led 1967 Protests, But One Advocate Contends City Schools Still Don't Satisfy
Home News
The front page of the Home News on July 18, 1967 Home News

Chalk Art Festival to Raise Money For Adult Substance Abuse Program
Chalk Art Artist
Highland Park is hosting a "Chalk Art Festival" on Wednesday Highland Park Borough Hall

"Take Back the Knight" Aims to Spread Awareness About Human Trafficking
Silent Knight
Silent Knight amps up a crowd in Brooklyn with The Band Called FUSE in 2015. Mike Shanahan

Renovations Finished Thanks to American Standard Donations and Volunteer Labor
Volunteers
Employees of American Standard and its parent company LIXIL worked alongside Catholic Charities in the renovations LIXIL

NBEA Organized Event in Response to "A Day Without Immigrants" Protest
Adult Learning Center
The Adult Learning Center is located in the same building as the district's offices at 268 Baldwin Street. Charlie Kratovil

Over 100 Supporters Rallied Outside Federal Building to Support Carimer Andujar
Carimer Andujar
Carimer Andujar addresses the crowd after leaving her meeting with a federal deportation officer. Erin Jerome