Students Rebuild: A Story of Youth in Action is a short documentary that profiles Diandine Emile, a High School Senior in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, as she and her classmates participate in videoconferences that allowed them to interact with their Students Rebuild peers. Through Diandine’s experience, you can see how these connections inspired action and made a tremendous impact on the lives of all of the students involved in the Students Rebuild: Haiti challenge.
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Doing a film screening of Students Rebuild Haiti: A Story of Youth in Action can not only help raise awareness about the difficulty that Haitian students faced after the devastating 2010 earthquake, but it can also encourage discussion on the ways in which students can take an active stance on critical global issues.
Inspired by what you've seen? Now's your chance to take a stand and join the latest Students Rebuild challenge, the One Milion Bones project. Make a difference - learn more and register for the challenge today!