The “Conversation Toward a Brighter Future” is occurring as a solution to the negative discourse that is taking place across the country among our national leaders. As a result of their behavior, our world is becoming increasingly polarized. We must rely on the future leaders of this nation, our youth, to begin the conversation toward ways we can make this country better.
The Mannie Jackson Center for the Humanities and Lewis and Clark Community College are partnering with the Regional Superintendent and Madison County to support a youth driven “Conversation Toward a Brighter Future.”
Student leaders from 10 area high schools were awarded $3,000 fellowships from the Mannie Jackson Center for the Humanities Foundation to implement projects they developed to create positive changes in their schools and communities.
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