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SEED seeks to bring about social justice through ongoing facilitated conversations within an organization, institution, or community. When I think about how I facilitate and organize a SEED session, I have three questions in my mind: What is the issue being introduced; why is it important to me and why should it be important to anyone else; and when it has been explored, what is to be done about it?
This is why SEED is SEED, and I love being a part of our lead team.
How can out-of-school-time (OST) professionals actively value and respect the multiple identities of the young people they serve?

— Cheryl Robinson, Supervisor, Office of Minority Achievement, Arlington Public Schools, Virginia