Unified Talks: Identity at Warren High School
In this episode of Unified Talks, we’ve journeyed to Warren High School in Southern California! Warren is a Special Olympics National Banner School.
Seniors Hailey and Diego continue our conversation about identity. Identity can mean many different things, including things that are “unseen”. Hailey and Diego talk about these unseen traits, like interests, character, and values. They show how their own identities are expressed at Warren.
About Unified Talks
Unified Talks are for the Unified Generation by the Unified Generation. Hosted by inclusive youth leaders from all across the country, each video discusses a theme that is at the core of Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools®. Learn from your peers through different activities and calls to action. To get to the Unified Classroom access the Google Classroom (Class Code: 6bzgiix) or Microsoft Educator Center! For more resources check out our Distance Learning Landing Page.
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