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HASTA (Hopeful, Aware Students Taking Action), Kelvin's human rights collective, spent the month of October raising awareness and funds for Liberty in North Korea, a non-profit organization that seeks to promote human rights in and support the people of North Korea.
Students organized healthy snack sales in the hallways at noon hour and at the Kelvin Clipper homecoming game and raised money during a henna hand-adornment workshop. Posters highlighting the human rights challenges faced by the people of North Korea were posted throughout the school in preparation for the presentations by the University student Nomads for LiNK, who travelled from California to speak to students throughout Western Canada. Over 200 students and staff attended one of two back-to-back présentations in the Theatre.
Congratulations to all HASTA students who contributed to this successful awareness and fundraising endeavour, with special mention of Vida E., who acted as Kelvin's liaison with LiNK & chief organizer of the HASTA Henna workshop and of Rowan S., who hosted the three nomads for their stay in Winnipeg.
HASTA meets at noon hours on Thursdays in room 35, as does the Liberty in North Korea Rescue Team (in room 37).
HASTA raises awareness for LiNK