GW Students Exchange Ideas With Nobel Peace Prize Laureate

GW Students Exchange Ideas With Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
March 17, 2016 GWHS

GW Students Exchange Ideas With Nobel Peace Prize Laureate

GWHS students attended the Peace Jam conference and present their ideas to Nobel Prize Laureate Shirin Ebadi Sunday at a conference in Denver. Click HERE to read more!

DENVER, CO - MARCH 13: Students from George Washington High School present The Littering Project to Nobel Peace Laureate Shirin Ebadi of Iran, right, while taking part in the Rocky Mountain PeaceJam conference at Regis University on March 13, 2016 in Denver, Colorado. The youth leadership conference gave young people in middle and high school the opportunity to present programs and ideas for improving their local communities to Nobel Peace Laureate Ebadi. Ebadi is an Iranian lawyer, former judge, human rights activist and founder of Defenders of Human Rights Center in Iran. She received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2003. The students are from left to right: Izana Taye, 17, Zuri Wright, 17, Sarah Akuei, 18, Mykell Fisher, 17 and Kalkidan Bulbula, 17. Their project is to try to help young people learn about littering and recycling. (Photo by Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post)