Q: How were you involved with Hours Against Hate in the past?
A: Rufus King HS has participated in Hours Against Hate for several years. I've been the primary facilitator of the program.
Q: What excites you about re-launching Hours Against Hate?
A: Is it a re-launch if we never stopped? I'm super excited about the addition of two new teachers to our building. One of them is a Muslim and one is a Jew and they are embracing all of our Interfaith initiatives. I'm thrilled to see them get involved in this work.
Q: How do you think Hours Against Hate can benefit our community?
A: Whenever young people are included in social justice work, the entire community benefits. Whenever young people see themselves as agents of change and hope, the entire community benefits.