Category Archives: ECSL News

Links to Literacy

ECSL has long-supported literacy as a service learning initiative. In a former meeting, we heard about global efforts to bring books to children through the story My Librarian is a Camel. Here is an opportunity, brought to us by an ECSL member, to support literacy via GlobalGiving.org. Alif Laila, a story teller bus, is crowdfunding to bring book by bicycle to children in Pakistan. You can investigate their efforts here.

ECSL’s February Virtual Gathering

Register in advance for the meeting by January 29th here.

ECSL 2020 Museum of Tolerance Workshop

ECSL Museum of Tolerance Intro

ECSL Museum of Tolerance Privilege exercise

ECSL Museum of Tolerance Conversations on Microaggressions

ECSL Museum of Tolerance Tools to Explore Diversity

ECSL Museum of Tolerance Reading “The President of the Jungle” and response

ECSL Museum of Tolerance Each One Teach One Exercise

Join us for our Fall Zoom Exchange

Click here to register!

ECSL’s Winter Workshop

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ECSL 2019 Fall Service Learning Workshop

As the November 2020 election approaches, view our Fall 20019 workshop content featuring stories around Youth Roles to Preserve the Democratic Process:

ECSL Making a Difference in Politics/ Spirit Doll winner

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdUw_rxJLs8

ECSL What is Democracy?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YiYIGMNXbk

ECSL Service-Learning Links to Democratic Process


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tvAdfKMhq4

ECSL Democracy In Action: School DR. Teddy Varno


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDgGGdw18O8

ECSL Democracy in Action: Student Teva Corwin


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACXASopx4E8

ECSL Democracy in Action: Organization League of Women


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ho6i49jaeaU

ECSL Building Our Tool Kits for Youth Engaged in Democracy


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PypbVrSmPm0

Enter the 2020 Speak Up, Sing Out Music Contest!

Enter the 2020 Speak Up, Sing Out
Music Contest!
In collaboration with the GRAMMY Museum, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights invites students to write and produce original songs that speak out against human rights abuses. The format is open to any genre of music.

The Grand Prize winning songwriter will participate in a GRAMMY-related event. 

ENTRY DEADLINE: APRIL 20, 2020 at 11:59 PM EST

“Getting your voice heard can really change your community, society, more than you could ever think.” Our 2019 Speak Up, Sing Out contest winner Tess Lira shares the inspiration behind her empowering song “Solid Gold” and encourages songwriters to trust their voices.

http://www.k12globalgathering.com/la.html
https://www.nylc.org/page/conference

2019 Fall Workshop

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