In early March, I visited The Rashi School in Dedham. I spent an hour with five student leaders in grades six through eight to talk about social justice. We talked about the issues that matter most to kids today, ranging from gun control just weeks after the Parkland shooting to the environment.
As I told my colleagues when I got back: These kids are phenomenal. Articulate. Poised. Socially aware. Compassionate.
If you’ve ever wondered what kids today worry about, read on. This is our discussion, and this is our future.