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Education is Activism Sticker

Knowledge is power. It's important we educate our youth in order to create a more inclusive future.  This sticker serves as a reminder that education is a transformative force and a catalyst for positive change in society. The bold and impactful message sparks conversations and prompts individuals to reflect on the transformative power of education. It serves as a rallying cry, inspiring us to advocate for equitable access to education and to use knowledge as a tool for social change.

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This design was created by the amazing Felicity LeFevre! Felicity has been an elementary classroom teacher for 19 years. She uses her Fine Arts background to create digital artwork and hopes to have a positive impact on the lives of young children through her work. We're SO excited to be working with Felicity. Shop all of her designs here.

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      I added this sticker to my laptop. I am a teacher so when I use my laptop in class or in staff/faculty meetings all can see it & hopefully learn from it!

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