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2019 SOS Students Opposing Slavery International Summit Recap

The 2019 Students Opposing Slavery International Summit concluded this weekend, having run from Sunday June 23-Friday June 28. We welcomed 19 participants from all over the world to the Cottage to get informed about human trafficking, build a network of youth abolitionists, and continue Lincoln’s
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Students Opposing Slavery wins 2016 AAM EdCom Award for Excellence in Programming

We are proud to announce that the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) selected President Lincoln’s Cottage’s initiative Students Opposing Slavery for its 2016 EdCom Award for Excellence in Programming. This award recognizes “exemplary creativity and innovation in museum educational
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Teenagers Fight Human Trafficking at Students Opposing Slavery Summit

High school students from eight countries will convene at President Lincoln’s Cottage June 23-27 for the second annual Students Opposing Slavery International Summit. June 18, 2014. Thirty teenagers from five states and eight countries will unite at President Lincoln’s Cottage, the “Cradle
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Students Opposing Slavery Assembly: Students Lead the Way

To kick off the SOS International Youth Summit, the four founding students (Henry, Emily, Daniel, and Jonathan) led the group in an assembly on modern slavery. Through research, interactions with modern abolitionists, and a trip overseas, the students learned how slavery affects their local
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Modern Abolitionists: Students Opposing Slavery International Youth Summit at President Lincoln’s Cottage

Nearly two years ago, four high school students believed they had a responsibility to do what they could to end slavery in their time. These students created Students Opposing Slavery, or SOS, to spread awareness in their community. As the “Cradle of the Emancipation Proclamation,” President
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President Lincoln’s Cottage Kicks-Off Students Opposing Slavery Project

High school students are invited to register for the inaugural SOS International Summit. May 30, 2013. President Lincoln’s Cottage, the “Cradle of the Emancipation Proclamation,” is launching a youth anti-slavery project that will give a new generation of abolitionists the resources and
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Grateful American Foundation: Students Are Opposing Slavery at President Lincoln's Cottage

 
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Grateful American Foundation: Students Are Opposing Slavery with the Help of President Lincoln’s Cottage — Here’s how you can join them

Slavery. It’s an issue that still exists today. In 2012, four teens founded Students Opposing Slavery at President Lincoln’s Cottage — the site where Lincoln spent one quarter of his presidency as he led the country through the Civil War and the consequences of the 1863 Emancipation
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CNN: Students take up Lincoln's fight to end slavery

Teens from around the world attended the Students Opposing Slavery summit, held at the cottage where Abraham Lincoln drafted the Emancipation Proclamation. Watch CNN’s video about the summit here
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