Adrian Rivera, a 9th grade student at FLHFHS, led a workshop
March 25th at the annual Global Kids conference on youth activism at Baruch College.His workshop was on the power of video games to affect social change. He led the workshop with two partners to 25 other high school and middle school students. For more information about the conference, click here.
Adrian has been working all year with the Global Kids program, Playing For Keeps, where he is designing his own video game about poverty and living wages.
Congratulations to Adrian and all of our students involved in programs partnered with Fannie Lou, like Global Kids.