Gainesville teens stress how ‘lives matter’ at justice form

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Students meet with government, law officials to understand their rights

Teenagers of Generation Inspiration came together Saturday morning at the Beulah Rucker Museum to ask Gainesville’s government and law enforcement officials some tough questions about the justice system and their rights.

Inspired by recent police incidents in Ferguson, Mo., and McKinney, Texas, the group of Gainesville High School students  organized a no-questions-held-back discussion called “Teen Lives Matter!”

(Excerpt from Audrey Williams’ article in the Gainesville Times- Read more)

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I am a retired psychologist now writing freelance . I have published Commonsense Wisdom for Everyday Life, Young Man of the Cloth, The Pastor's Inferno, Navigating Life: Commonsense Reflections for the Voyage, Release Your Stress and Reclaim Your Life, and Make the Best of Your Teen Years. I wrote a newspaper column in Batavia, NY for fourteen years. My articles are now available in my free newsletter, Sliding Otter News. Subscribe free at http://www.eepurl.com/mSt-P.

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