Student Well-Being Video

How Students Find Strength Now | Supporting Student Leadership

By Jaclyn Borowski — September 8, 2020 2:48

This spring, Mikva Challenge convened a group of high school students from across the country to create an action plan in response to the pandemic and the national reckoning on racial justice. In this video, youth advocate, Cristina Perez, talks with Jennifer Belo, a student-activist involved in the group, to reflect on the significance of student voice in times of crisis and beyond.

Jaclyn Borowski is the director of photography and videography for Education Week.

Elizabeth Rich, Assistant Managing Editor, Opinion and Mary Hendrie, Deputy Opinion Editor contributed to this video.
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