Teens who are part of Students Together Opposing Prejudice have taken on a new summer project, writing postcards to encourage voting.
Now in its 29th year, S.T.O.P. is a seven-week curriculum targeted to middle school students, scheduled to end March 27. Through the use of games, activities, and small group discussions, the young participants learn how to recognize stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination as well as effective ways to respond.
SUDBURY — Almost 30 high school student leaders are meeting to prepare for the S.T.O.P. Program in 2018. Students Together Opposing Prejudice, an interfaith initiative, began in 1991 and is embarking on its 28th year of teaching sixth, seventh and eighth graders about the harm of prejudice and discrimination with skills for confronting it.
Over sixty teenagers and their parents gathered at Congregation Beth El earlier this month to celebrate the closing of the twenty-fifth year of S.T.O.P., Students Together Opposing Prejudice. Sheila Goldberg and Susan Murphy can’t believe that it’s been twenty-five...
S.T.O.P. was recognized in the local press for 25 years of work.