We would love to hear about your experiences as a member of a cultural, religious or social justice club!


Using the comments box below, consider some of the following questions as a starting point:

1) Why did you decide to join a cultural, religious or social justice club? What kind of activities were you involved in?

2) What would you change in your club if you were given the opportunity?

3) Has being involved in your club allowed you to meet peers similar to you? Did it help expand your network of friends?

4) Have you met peers from a different cultural or religious background as a result of your club activities?

5) Are there any immigrant students or English language learners in your club? Did your involvement in club activities allow you to get to know them? What did you learn as a result of your interaction with immigrant students or ELLs?

6) What did you learn about yourself as a result of your involvement in a cultural, religious or social justice club?

7) What did you learn about the world beyond as a result of your involvement in a cultural, religious or social justice club?

8) Have you encountered any discrimination from your peers or teachers as a result of your involvement in a cultural, religious or social justice club? If so, what happened and how did the club members, your club teacher advisor, and the school administration deal with the situation?

9) What do you think of the other cultural, religious clubs or social justice clubs at your school? Is it important for the school to have cultural, religious and social justice clubs?


If you prefer, you could also respond to an online anonymous survey. Share your experiences in this survey.

Teachers, we welcome your responses to our teacher survey on cultural, religious and social justice clubs as well. Share your thoughts in our teacher survey.