Love in a Big World: Diversity and Social Justice for Grades 6-8 (Faith Edition)

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Love in a Big World: Diversity and Social Justice for Grades 6-8 (Faith Edition) : building character and hope in kids

Fyke, Tamara.

Abingdon, 2017.

1 Leader Guide, 1 Student Journal.

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5 Sessions/Grades 6-8. Embracing diversity involves acknowledging, accepting, and appreciating all that makes us different. It includes understanding every part of our identity--from race, gender, and age to beliefs, choices, and experiences--and seeking out relationships with others whose identities are different. Individuals are not isolated, but are a beautiful mosaic of those who are closest to us. When we believe deeply in the value of our neighbors, near and far, and understand it is our innumerable differences that make each of us a unique and wonderful creation, we can move beyond passively observing diversity into proactively advocating for justice and the rights of all. A world that embraces diversity is a world where we are all free to be ourselves, and our lives and communities will be richer for it.

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ISBN:

978-1-50186572-5

Author:

Fyke, Tamara.

Title:

Love in a Big World: Diversity and Social Justice for Grades 6-8 (Faith Edition) : building character and hope in kids.

Publisher:

Abingdon, 2017.

Physical:

1 Leader Guide, 1 Student Journal.

Series:

Love in a Big World

Summary:

5 Sessions/Grades 6-8. Embracing diversity involves acknowledging, accepting, and appreciating all that makes us different. It includes understanding every part of our identity--from race, gender, and age to beliefs, choices, and experiences--and seeking out relationships with others whose identities are different. Individuals are not isolated, but are a beautiful mosaic of those who are closest to us. When we believe deeply in the value of our neighbors, near and far, and understand it is our innumerable differences that make each of us a unique and wonderful creation, we can move beyond passively observing diversity into proactively advocating for justice and the rights of all. A world that embraces diversity is a world where we are all free to be ourselves, and our lives and communities will be richer for it.

Subject:

After School

Subject:

Sunday School

Subject:

Study--Youth Study.

Subject:

Study--Middle School Study

Subject:

Study--Junior High Study.

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