These are their "Testimonios"

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Cristo Rey High School English teacher Christina D’Emma created a special assignment to let students write their truths, using as a model "I, Rigoberto," the testimonio of Guatemala's Nobel-Prize-winning activist. SafeKidsStories.com is glad to share D'Emma's ongoing mission to bring the world into her classroom--by bringing her students's stories, and those of colleague Robert Janoski, to the world.

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Fly the Women's History skies with my sister, Carole Hopson

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Here is my sister, First Officer Carole Hopson. This Spring Rutgers University/Newark honored Carole and NASA Engineer Aprille Joy as sheroes. I tried to change the feature for summer, but I love it too much! And, really, who's not happy to visit this website and see this amazing sister in her cockpit? Brava!

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Coming up this Fall Term: Write like the country depends on it

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For Fall 2018, an innovative creative nonfiction course that lets you write to publish on SafeKidsStories.com, celebrating youth: bodies, minds, safety, action, voice. This year we help kids here in Philadelphia do what youth on the brink of adulthood are challenging each other to do all over America: vote. Our project #GENERATIONVOTE will post content on our site and sponsor an amazing September 22nd event. Write your way into history.

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From "Spreading Safety," about SafeKidsStories, as featured in the Penn Gazette

“I wanted to create a place where we could put up stories about young people, relationships, wholeness … anything from a bunch of teachers learning an anti-bullying program, to young people writing about a book that they believe helped keep them safe in some way.” -LC