Sunday, May 31, 2015

Share Your Story

Tomorrow evening, at seven pm, at the Owen Brown Interfaith Center:

We are a group of Howard County residents who are interested in how the implementation of the HCPSS dress code policy in our schools impacts students – particularly girls – in their learning and development.

On June 1st, we are hosting a community "conversation that matters" around these issues. The meeting will be held at the Owen Brown Interfaith Center in Sanctuary A.

The first meeting will be open only to HCPSS students, parents, and allies to listen to personal stories related to the implementation of HCPSS dress code policy without debate of the issues or defense of the existing policy.

Please let us know if you can make it!

PS - There will be snacks :)

This is not a protest or a rally. This is a conversation. Dress codes and how they are enforced affect both boys and girls. Let's take some time to examine how it's happening here in Howard County.










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