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In this pilot episode of the Students Speak Out Podcast, host Simone St. Pierre Nelson interviews fellow high school student Balqies Mohamed on her experiences being civically engaged in her community, and how that intersects with school. Questions answered include: what it means to be civically engaged, how to start, how to encourage others, and how to keep advocating for change in the face of resistance.

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An optional lesson plan for classrooms or the curious can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1f38obbObTpHGWWKj6XVF3Ghsa_H5Ix8q0Dqzq1bDQE8/edit?usp=sharing

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