This year’s Respect Revolution Campaign took place at Victoria High School for the second year in a row. This year we did things a little differently than in the past…during the Campaign, the opportunity to collaborate on a mural project came up and we jumped at the chance! Project Respect and antidote: Multiracial and Indigenous…
This painting was created by Respect Revolution Campaign members from Lambrick Park Secondary, in 2006 – it still hangs in the hallway at the school!
This banner was created for Project Respect, It’s so big that we can’t fit it on the wall in our office – but we can’t wait to bust it out in future!
Rhizome is Project Respects youth-led social action camp. Find out more!
This banner was created by Respecters in Spectrum Community School and the other students there. Students and staff printed their hands on the banner to show that they were taking a stand against violence. Right on!
This painting was created by members of the Respect Revolution Campaign at Mt. Doug Secondary in 2006!