December 2017's issue focuses on the case of Clovis, an environmental activist at risk of imprisonment in Madagascar.
Moving, unsentimental and utterly page-turning, we meet and share the experiences of a remarkable girl.
This is a picture book of great beauty and hope about the power we have to transform our world.
This picture book tells the story of a bear whose hat has gone and he wants it back.
Students are challenged to Make A Difference in a Minute by standing up for human rights through poetry.
Students explore poems about race and privilege before creating their own protest poetry.
Students are inspired to write a poem from the perspective of someone who has experienced hate crime.
Students read poetry written in response to injustice and explore how language can be used to make a courageous stand.
Students explore questions about identity and collaborate to tell their own stories.
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