I gave a talk to a high school “Justice Group” in Cleveland this week. It is part of the Catholic Schools for Peace and Justice (www.cspj.net) network here. I learned the group has sponsored such events as “Dance for Darfur,” which raised some $7,000 for Darfur, explained CSPJ coordinator Augie Pacetti. These high school students have also done events to promote “Fair Trade” and help the “Invisible Children” of Uganda. They help with tutoring at a neighborhood “Arrupe House” program. They do street outreach to the inner city poor… When senior Nick Drosos was asked why he’s involved, he simply replied: “I just think it’s right.” Enough said. Note: Our Education platform calls for a paradigm shift, if you will. That is, we would like to see one-third of school curriculum be “Service Learning” projects — like the ones this Cleveland “Justice Group” is involved with –out in the local community, and in the world at large.