Social Justice in Action

As our nation confronts racism and systemic oppression in historic ways, it has changed what students require from their education and the role educators play in facilitating growth and dialogue. Britannica has teamed up with Nickelodeon to provide schools with what they need to get conversations about social justice started in the classroom and allow students to create a narrative on how they can create changes within their school, family, and community. 

Program Benefits

Amplify Student Voice

Students have the chance to submit their videos to be featured across Nickelodeon and Britannica’s media channels and websites.

Increase Classroom and Civic Engagement

Identify and research key social justice issues that are important to students and teach them how to play active roles in their families, schools, and communities.

Enable students to become skilled collaborators, communicators, & media-savvy consumers

Empower students to play an active role in contributing to a solution on an issue by sharing their digital stories with their community.

Lesson Details

Lesson Workbook

LumieLabs Resources

Video Submission

Submit student videos for the chance to be featured across Nickelodeon and Britannica’s media channels and websites. 

Sample Video

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