Local Student Activists Want Their Voices Heard, April 2018

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These days, we are seeing more and more activists at a young age. But some Chicago eighth graders say age shouldn’t be an obstacle. They formed their own activist group, with the blessing of their school, and they haven’t looked back. CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov explains their mission in this original report. It’s the scramble before this group’s big event. An advocacy conference at Bell School on Chicago’s North Side. Organized by PIFA: Political Intersectional Feminist Activists. Run by eight graders.

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Learn more about Elizabeth Onofre’s project,You Can Be An Activist Too!, here.