2018/19

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The Information-Disinformation forum addressed the issue of Question 3 on the Massachusetts ballot in November, as well as any misunderstood information regarding this issue.

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HRA celebrated International Day of Tolerance by raising awareness and setting a positive example of inclusivity and tolerance. 

HRA worked with Lower Cape Indivisible to bring a bus to the Boston Women's March. Many students from the Academy as well as from the school attended the March. 

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Nauset HRA partnered with Nauset Green Club to attend the Boston Youth Climate Strike outside the State House.

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The Question 3 forum was hosted by the Human Rights Academy regarding the Number 3 Ballot question. We were delighted to welcome guest speakers state senator Julian Cyr and state representative Sarah Peake.

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This year's gallery addressed relevant topics in the country such as mental health, immigration, police brutality, and gender and sexuality. Students worked very hard to demonstrate the importance of these issues in an effective and engaging way. 

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Nauset Human Rights Academy