BOSTON — From the Birmingham Children’s March of 1963 to the Children’s Peace Marches of the Black Lives Matter Movement, kids have made it known — they will not be left out of the fight for an equitable future.
Young people are at the center of the modern-day civil rights movement which now includes housing justice, food insecurity, school placement discrimination, and health inequity.
This year we’re profiling young people across the state fighting for a better future for themselves and others.
In our half-hour special, 7th graders from Orchard Gardens Middle School read profiles of their own in partnership with Boston Public Schools.
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