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I learned that the conditions of the school were unsafe and that we deserve better learning space than this.
In the fall, Critical Exposure worked with 9th and 10th graders in an after-school program at Eastern SHS. The students went through the process of selecting an issue, gathering evidence through their photos, and presenting their demand to the principal, which was to secure a librarian at their school next year. Their principal was supportive and has already taken strides in making sure that this happens.
In the Spring, Critical Exposure worked with another group of students in an advisory period at Eastern where the students explored different ways to convey who they are and the communities in which they are a part, through photography.