SHOUT (Social Handprints Overcoming Unjust Treatment) is a coalition of students whose purpose is to champion equality for all people. The members seek to help students build new chapters throughout the region. In their debut novel, the students of SHOUT offer insights into how the group was formed, what led them to join, how interested people can begin chapters in their communities and school districts, and the importance of using handprints (intentional acts that offset the harm from a footprint) to overcome footprints (intentional or unintentional acts that cause harm to someone or something). Click the link below to complete the form to preorder the book. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdImPfGBtTpzruCPBMvPAby8DWds8_YuheAGHdialKby28VTw/viewform"This book is a tool for educators at all levels committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the classroom and beyond. It is particularly beneficial for those looking for “student inclusive” models to promote change.”
Dr. Clyde Pickett
Vice-Chancellor of Diversity and Inclusion
University of Pittsburgh“These students and their stories are AMAZING! The courage to express what social injustices related to discrimination in their own lives and the ability to articulate it with such grace-is phenomenal! Every story and every message is relatable to anyone, not just the younger generation."
Ms. LaTricia Hill-Chandler
Diversity and Inclusion Officer