Reduce child mortality (MDG #4)
Provide for universal literacy and 8th grade education (MDG #2)
Promote Peace Education programs at all grade levels
Promote the rights of the child
Encourage youth activism for a peaceful sustainable world
Carry out other programs for Children and Youth
Cyclones will volunteer at Respect Diversity Foundation's 2012-2013 Art & Poetry
Contest Launch, Sunday, September 16, 2012, 1:30 p.m. R.J. Norick Library. 300 Park Ave, Oklahoma City.
Dr. Cheryl Steele, author of Cranky Pants, What if…Questions to Delight and Inspire Children and All About Me: Who I am and Can Be, will share her stories with children of all ages. Dr. Steele will sign books after the story time.
Artists will guide the participants in Dr. Steele’s story telling event to create a work of art. This Art piece will be exhibited as part of the twelfth annual Respect Diversity Symbol Exhibit in Spring 2012. Everyone is invited!
The Respect Diversity Art & Poetry Contest and Symbol Exhibit
A statewide project of the Respect Diversity Foundation. Students from schools across Oklahoma study the value of diversity in their lives and create works of art, poetry and music to celebrate diversity. The works produced will be displayed in Spring of 2013.
To learn more about the Respect Diversity Art & Poetry Contest launching, or for an entry form, visit: www.respectdiversity.org, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 405/359-0369.