Monday, June 12, 2017

Regina students read stories of inclusivity to peers to prepare for Pride - CBC

by Tory Gillis
Originally published: June 8, 2017
Publisher: CBC.ca

The 15 or so Grade 6 to 8 students in the GSA at Regina's Seven Stones School are helping their classmates prepare for local Pride celebrations. 

"The "G" stands for "gender," the "S" for sexuality and the "A" for "alliance."

"It means you shouldn't care about who they are, like whoever your friends are, and you should care about people on the inside," said Atlanta, a young member of the group.

"Because if you judge people by how they look, that can make them sad."