The grade four class of Sacred Heart School on Saba has been learning all about different rights. They had a lot of questions about current social issues, including many of the protests currently being held in the United States.
The children wanted to have their own little protest about some world issues they felt passionate about. Environmental and animal-welfare issues were among their biggest concerns.
The pupils made signs about saving the reefs, air pollution, illegal hunting of endangered animals and keeping our planet clean, in showing they are ready to make a difference in the world.
The Daily Herald.