SASKATOON – They come from different backgrounds, hold different beliefs and are different ages but a diversified group of elementary school students and mom’s shared a common goal Friday at the University of Saskatchewan, Think Good. Do Good.
“A friend of mine used the expression I want to coin, it starts with me. So for sure the next generation is our target and obviously we believe strongly that education is key,” said Think Good. Do Good. Organizer Heather Fenyes.
“They will all teach us a lesson or two,” said Think Good. Do Good. Supporter Fatima Coovadia.
The grade 4 to 7 students from 5 different Saskatoon elementary schools discussed the 3 R’s .. respect, rights and responsibilities in Canadian shared values and their role in eliminating racism in our community.
“I have friends from different religions from different races different cultures and that doesn’t matter, just because we believe in…
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