(CAMPUS REFORM) — Kellogg Community College will soon host a “Lit for Social Justice” retreat for high schoolers interested in discussing topics of “power and privilege.”

The retreat, taking its name from a popular slang word referring to something that is “turned up or popping,” will be open to any ninth- through twelfth-grader “interested in issues related to social justice.”

According to a description for the retreat, participants will begin by viewing the film “The Hunger Games,” which will be “used as a lens through which [they] will critically examine social justice themes in our own society” while learning “how to take productive action in support of social justice initiatives.”

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