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September 7, 2022

The 2022-23 #LetUsLearn Special Call

Learn about this special call inviting youth to weigh in on the inclusive teaching they want in schools and their right to learn about diversity in school.

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Recently, the nation has seen a lot of arguing over what should be taught in U.S. schools. We haven’t heard nearly enough from youth themselves!

So, for our 2022-2023 #USvsHate Challenge deadlines, we are issuing a Special Additional Call to Action, inviting youth to weigh in on the inclusive teaching they want in schools and their right to learn about diversity in school. Students can submit #USvsHate messages with this #LetUsLearn focus to this year’s two challenges.

You can also submit any anti-hate message to #USvsHate by our deadlines, just like normal!

Previous Winners

See our Spring 2022 Special Call Winners, here.

2022-2023 Special Call Instructions

We invite youth of any age to address the following questions in any media, and submit your take to #USvsHate by our contest deadlines:

  • Youth will soon be in charge of making our country work for everyone. To prepare, what facts should youth learn in school about race, racism, gender, and injustice in our society, historically and today?
  • What sort of teaching and activities like this have you benefited from, in the past?
  • What can we learn and do in our schools or communities for all of us to feel welcome, included, seen, respected, and valued?

Submit your take on these questions as an #USvsHate message in any media (video, song, poem, photo…), by our same December 16 and April 7 contest deadlines. In addition to the hashtag #USvsHate, use the additional hashtag #LetUsLearn somewhere on your message.

We can’t wait to see what youth have to say.

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#USvsHate (“us versus hate”) is about embracing inclusion and justice for all in our diverse schools and society. Our messages insist publicly that all people are equally valuable.In #USvsHate, students are invited to create public anti-hate messages in any media for their school communities.

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