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As you lead this workshop did you experience a sense of the importance of dreams and imagination to social justice work? Youth are often full of energy and ideas. Were the youth in your group willing to dream and dream big? Sometimes in social justice struggles we forget to allow the light and hope in. Did working with youth explicitly on this topic help you as a religious educator? How would you like to develop this workshop if you were to facilitate it again? Role models are important to youth development. How would you describe yourself as a role model? What did you as co-leaders learn from the youth?
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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