Posted Thursday, April 26, 2012
The young essayists honored by the Maltz Museum's Stop the Hate contest aren't satisfied with just slamming the brakes on ugly behavior. They're interested in action, affirmation and in becoming part of the solution. Thursday on The Sound of Ideas, we'll spend an hour with three local teenagers who'll share their plan for doing the right thing. If you're a cynic, they may just restore your faith in the next generation. Join us at 9:00 on 90.3.
Community/Human Interest, Education, Ethics/Religion, Race
Judi Feniger, executive director, Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage
Victor Ruiz, executive director, Esperanza, Inc.
Gabrielle Jones, scholarship winner, Maltz Museum ‘Stop the Hate’ contest
Hannah Schmidt, scholarship winner, Maltz Museum ‘Stop the Hate’ contest
Jane Kim, scholarship winner, Maltz Museum ‘Stop the Hate’ contest
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