Discover Harriet Beecher Stowe – an important icon of American literature, culture and social activism. Share how you are making a difference in your school or community, and explore ways other students are making a difference.
History Day Projects
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The Student Stowe Prize, established by the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center in 2012, recognizes outstanding writing by United States high school and college students that is making a tangible impact on a social justice issue critical to contemporary society.
Volunteer at a food bank.
Donate gently used clothes and books.
Mentor younger students and help with homework.
Organize school activities that support self-confidence, leadership, and positive student interactions.
Start a club at your school, library or community center that raises awareness about a social issue.
Participate in Salons by Stowe conversations — in person at the Stowe Center or via Twitter #SalonsbyStowe.
Learn how to organize and facilitate community conversations at school: Tell your teacher about Stowe Center School Programs and Outreach.
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