Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Created by Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Artists: Samantha, Elizabeth, Julia, Charlotte, Kira, Emily, Valerie, Alexandra

Organizers: Christina Evola and Dianne Lewis

Title: Education for All

Theme: Eleanor Roosevelt as a humanitarian and civil rights activist

Materials: Muslin, fabric paint, poster paint, fabric dye, markers, pens and pencils, felt, lace, notions, fabric glue, iron on fabric transfer sheets (for image of earth provided by NASA).

About:
Our Girl Scout troop has been undertaking a GIRLtopia journey for this past year, which is about envisioning a better world for girls and women. Each girl in the troop researched a specific issue/topic related to human rights and presented a workshop to the troop. Each girl also worked on an art project (our submission to the Dream Rocket project) about her topic. Our final activity will be to prepare a bill of rights.

We did a “take action” project for this journey which involved collecting bras to be used to help victims of human trafficking. We plan to visit both the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site (Val Kill) and the United Nations this spring to continue learning about human rights.

The issues/topics our art projects address are:
Marriage, human trafficking, education, gendercide/Infanticide, domestic violence, equal pay for equal work, literacy, and discrimination.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed this project very much. It was a perfect complement to our GIRLtopia journey, in content, schedule, and geographic area.
We learned that the sum is greater than the parts.
Also, Eleanor Roosevelt is my personal role model.

Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Created by Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Artists: Samantha, Elizabeth, Julia, Charlotte, Kira, Emily, Valerie, Alexandra

Organizers: Christina Evola and Dianne Lewis

Title: “Love Shouldn’t Hurt”

Theme: Eleanor Roosevelt as a humanitarian and civil rights activist

Materials: Muslin, fabric paint, poster paint, fabric dye, markers, pens and pencils, felt, lace, notions, fabric glue, iron on fabric transfer sheets (for image of earth provided by NASA).

About:
Our Girl Scout troop has been undertaking a GIRLtopia journey for this past year, which is about envisioning a better world for girls and women. Each girl in the troop researched a specific issue/topic related to human rights and presented a workshop to the troop. Each girl also worked on an art project (our submission to the Dream Rocket project) about her topic. Our final activity will be to prepare a bill of rights.

We did a “take action” project for this journey which involved collecting bras to be used to help victims of human trafficking. We plan to visit both the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site (Val Kill) and the United Nations this spring to continue learning about human rights.

The issues/topics our art projects address are:
Marriage, human trafficking, education, gendercide/Infanticide, domestic violence, equal pay for equal work, literacy, and discrimination.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed this project very much. It was a perfect complement to our GIRLtopia journey, in content, schedule, and geographic area.
We learned that the sum is greater than the parts.
Also, Eleanor Roosevelt is my personal role model.

Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Created by Elizabeth from Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Organizers: Christina Evola and Dianne Lewis

Title: Say No to Human Trafficking. Article #4

Theme: Eleanor Roosevelt as a humanitarian and civil rights activist

Materials: Muslin, fabric paint, poster paint, fabric dye, markers, pens and pencils, felt, lace, notions, fabric glue, iron on fabric transfer sheets (for image of earth provided by NASA).

About:
Our Girl Scout troop has been undertaking a GIRLtopia journey for this past year, which is about envisioning a better world for girls and women. Each girl in the troop researched a specific issue/topic related to human rights and presented a workshop to the troop. Each girl also worked on an art project (our submission to the Dream Rocket project) about her topic. Our final activity will be to prepare a bill of rights.

We did a “take action” project for this journey which involved collecting bras to be used to help victims of human trafficking. We plan to visit both the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site (Val Kill) and the United Nations this spring to continue learning about human rights.

The issues/topics our art projects address are: Marriage, human trafficking, education, gendercide/Infanticide, domestic violence, equal pay for equal work, literacy, and discrimination.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed this project very much. It was a perfect complement to our GIRLtopia journey, in content, schedule, and geographic area.
We learned that the sum is greater than the parts.
Also, Eleanor Roosevelt is my personal role model.

Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Created by Elizabeth from Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Organizers: Christina Evola and Dianne Lewis

Title: Say No to Human Trafficking. Article #4

Theme: Eleanor Roosevelt as a humanitarian and civil rights activist

Materials: Muslin, fabric paint, poster paint, fabric dye, markers, pens and pencils, felt, lace, notions, fabric glue, iron on fabric transfer sheets (for image of earth provided by NASA).

About:
Our Girl Scout troop has been undertaking a GIRLtopia journey for this past year, which is about envisioning a better world for girls and women. Each girl in the troop researched a specific issue/topic related to human rights and presented a workshop to the troop. Each girl also worked on an art project (our submission to the Dream Rocket project) about her topic. Our final activity will be to prepare a bill of rights.

We did a “take action” project for this journey which involved collecting bras to be used to help victims of human trafficking. We plan to visit both the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site (Val Kill) and the United Nations this spring to continue learning about human rights.

The issues/topics our art projects address are: Marriage, human trafficking, education, gendercide/Infanticide, domestic violence, equal pay for equal work, literacy, and discrimination.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed this project very much. It was a perfect complement to our GIRLtopia journey, in content, schedule, and geographic area.
We learned that the sum is greater than the parts.
Also, Eleanor Roosevelt is my personal role model.

Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Created by Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Artists: Samantha, Elizabeth, Julia, Charlotte, Kira, Emily, Valerie, Alexandra

Organizers: Christina Evola and Dianne Lewis

Title: Equal pay for equal work

Theme: Eleanor Roosevelt as a humanitarian and civil rights activist

Materials: Muslin, fabric paint, poster paint, fabric dye, markers, pens and pencils, felt, lace, notions, fabric glue, iron on fabric transfer sheets (for image of earth provided by NASA).

About:
Our Girl Scout troop has been undertaking a GIRLtopia journey for this past year, which is about envisioning a better world for girls and women. Each girl in the troop researched a specific issue/topic related to human rights and presented a workshop to the troop. Each girl also worked on an art project (our submission to the Dream Rocket project) about her topic. Our final activity will be to prepare a bill of rights.

We did a “take action” project for this journey which involved collecting bras to be used to help victims of human trafficking. We plan to visit both the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site (Val Kill) and the United Nations this spring to continue learning about human rights.

The issues/topics our art projects address are: Marriage, human trafficking, education, gendercide/Infanticide, domestic violence, equal pay for equal work, literacy, and discrimination.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed this project very much. It was a perfect complement to our GIRLtopia journey, in content, schedule, and geographic area.
We learned that the sum is greater than the parts.
Also, Eleanor Roosevelt is my personal role model.

Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Created by Valerie with Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Organizers: Christina Evola and Dianne Lewis

Title: “Everyone has the right to read and write.”

Theme: Eleanor Roosevelt as a humanitarian and civil rights activist

Materials: Muslin, fabric paint, poster paint, fabric dye, markers, pens and pencils, felt, lace, notions, fabric glue, iron on fabric transfer sheets (for image of earth provided by NASA).

About:
Our Girl Scout troop has been undertaking a GIRLtopia journey for this past year, which is about envisioning a better world for girls and women. Each girl in the troop researched a specific issue/topic related to human rights and presented a workshop to the troop. Each girl also worked on an art project (our submission to the Dream Rocket project) about her topic. Our final activity will be to prepare a bill of rights.

We did a “take action” project for this journey which involved collecting bras to be used to help victims of human trafficking. We plan to visit both the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site (Val Kill) and the United Nations this spring to continue learning about human rights.

The issues/topics our art projects address are: Marriage, human trafficking, education, gendercide/Infanticide, domestic violence, equal pay for equal work, literacy, and discrimination.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed this project very much. It was a perfect complement to our GIRLtopia journey, in content, schedule, and geographic area.
We learned that the sum is greater than the parts.
Also, Eleanor Roosevelt is my personal role model.

Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Created by Girl Scout Troop 1616, Greenville, NY

Artists: Samantha, Elizabeth, Julia, Charlotte, Kira, Emily, Valerie, Alexandra

Organizers: Christina Evola and Dianne Lewis

Title: Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression

Theme: Eleanor Roosevelt as a humanitarian and civil rights activist

Materials: Muslin, fabric paint, poster paint, fabric dye, markers, pens and pencils, felt, lace, notions, fabric glue, iron on fabric transfer sheets (for image of earth provided by NASA).

About:
Our Girl Scout troop has been undertaking a GIRLtopia journey for this past year, which is about envisioning a better world for girls and women. Each girl in the troop researched a specific issue/topic related to human rights and presented a workshop to the troop. Each girl also worked on an art project (our submission to the Dream Rocket project) about her topic. Our final activity will be to prepare a bill of rights.

We did a “take action” project for this journey which involved collecting bras to be used to help victims of human trafficking. We plan to visit both the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site (Val Kill) and the United Nations this spring to continue learning about human rights.

The issues/topics our art projects address are:
Marriage, human trafficking, education, gendercide/Infanticide, domestic violence, equal pay for equal work, literacy, and discrimination.

Did you enjoy this project? We enjoyed this project very much. It was a perfect complement to our GIRLtopia journey, in content, schedule, and geographic area.
We learned that the sum is greater than the parts.
Also, Eleanor Roosevelt is my personal role model.