What’s happening at Nova?
Social Justice Action: Support Clear Sky
The Seattle Public School board recently terminated a long-standing partnership with United Native Education Association Clear Sky Native Youth Program. A member of the Nova community is asking Nova students, staff, and families to support Clear Sky by writing SPS to ask that the district re-instate this critical partnership. Clear Sky plans to rally at the board meeting on June 26, and any letters or statements of support would be greatly appreciated by that date.
Call to Action:
You can also sign the online petition here: https://petitions.moveon.org/p/N_eAN. Clear Sky would greatly appreciate your sharing this far/wide on facebook or any social media.
Join Clear Sky to rally at the SPS board meeting on June 26.
Nova’s 2nd Annual Pride Flag Raising Ceremony
We are celebrating 50 years of Pride, of revolution, and of fighting for our rights. There are many ways to celebrate and get involved. We have come a long way, but we still have a long way to go, so while you’re celebrating at Volunteer Park, Trans Pride, or Pridefest, also try and get involved in activism in any way you can.”
In honor of Pride Month, the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, our LGBTQ+ youth and the adults who support them, please consider a donation to Nova High School: https://secure.givelively.org/donate/alliance-for-education/nova-high-school.
Nova Project High School students raised the Trans Flag and Philly Pride Flag to recognize the origins of the LGBTQ+ movement at its 2nd Annual Pride Flag Raising Ceremony on Thursday, June 6th.
Student remarks: “Thank you for coming to the Nova Projects 2nd annual pride flag raising, in honor of the 50th anniversary of Stonewall. This year we have put up the Trans Flag and the Philly Pride flag to recognize the origins of the LGBTQ+ movement, which was started by courageous queer and trans people of color.