Learning to Repair the World is an exciting two week summer program designed to give Jewish, Muslim and Christian high school students the opportunity to get to know each other as they do hands-on social justice work in Hartford, explore local and more global social justice issues and work together on a multi-media arts project, encompassing visual arts, written word, music, video. Daily activities will also include lectures and discussions with community leaders.
This program has a total cost of $750 per student, which includes 10 full days of activities, lunches, snacks, arts materials and instruction. Scholarships are available and space is limited, so register soon! Sponsored in part by the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford.
For more information, email BrennaH@charteroakcenter.org or call 860.310.2580
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