BROOKINGS Ė Students at Camelot Intermediate School in Brookings are joining more than 1 million other students across the country on Wednesday to help break down social and racial barriers by participating in the 12th annual Mix It Up at Lunch Day.
The event, launched by the Southern Poverty Law Centerís Teaching Tolerance project in 2002, encourages students to sit with someone new in the cafeteria for just one day. Cafeterias are the focus of Mix It Up because thatís where a schoolís social boundaries are most obvious. Thousands of schools nationwide are participating in the event this year. For the complete article see the 10-28-2013 issue.
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