On Nov. 18, 2016, nearly 60 students, educators and community members gathered in the writing center at Manual High School to ponder the fate of a nation.
“Stand Together, Break the Silence” was a gathering of students, educators, and friends who had spent the previous 10 days digesting the surprising results of the presidential election. Most of those in the room — primarily people of color — were both defiant and scared. These dedicated Denver Public Schools (DPS) teens and young adults came together to defend their rights and talk about what comes next.
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