DHS Fall 2022 Projects
Semester Theme : Change and Transformation
ACT (Acting for Critical Transformations)
Taking Center Stage: Transforming the Culture and Climate of San Francisco Through Political and Social ACTion
We will focus on social justice issues plaguing the city of San Francisco, specifically gentrification and temperature change.
Book: The Last Black Man in San Francisco (Script)
GOAL (Get Out And Learn)
Human Action, Nature's Reaction
We will study the causes, impacts, and solutions of global climate change while engaging in challenging hands-on activities.
Book: The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer
MADE (Making, Advertising, and Designing for Empowerment)
Stitching a Better Future: Designing Changes for the Transforming Landscape of San Francisco
We will study how different people, technology, and money have shaped the lives of San Francisco residents throughout history and today.
Book: Pride by Ibi Zoboi
MARS (Music and Academics Resisting the System)
Sounds of a Transforming Bay
We will explore the science of sound recording and music as we see and hear how social change and resistance have transformed the Mission, Fillmore, and Bayview Hunters Point over time.
Book: The Talking Drum by Lisa Braxton
WALC (Wilderness Arts and Literacy Collaborative)
Earth's Dynamic Balance: Evolution in our Ever-Changing World
We will examine how different animals (including humans!) have evolved over time in order to adapt to our environments, and the ways in which climate change is affecting us all. Come WALC with us!
Book: Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler
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