The program enables girls from low-income families to attend high school. Customarily, boys’ education is prioritized, and girls from large families are often denied the opportunity to attend high school.
“I think you owe it to us, you owe it to Generation Y, Generation Z, whatever, Generation Omega, you owe it to all the young generations to divest from fossil fuels. You started it, and now you’ve got to help us, because you know what, I want to live to see 50.”
— Nathan Tran-Trinh, a student at Boston Latin School.