QUESTIONS FOR #USvsHate Students/Participants (Post-#USvsHate Activity)
Thanks for joining #USvsHate! Your responses to these questions will help your teachers and the #USvsHate team make sure the #USvsHate project goes well for adults and students this year. We ask for your teacher's name so we can email your teacher the responses from his/her class. This survey is anonymous, so you can say honestly what you think.

(Adult facilitators: please tell students how you want your name and school name spelled on this form!)

What school do you attend?
Your answer
Who is the adult who led your #USvsHate activity?
Your answer
In the activity, did you see students make active efforts to include others? Give an example. *
Your answer
In the activity, did you hear students make derogatory remarks or express biased opinions about particular groups of people? Give an example. *
Your answer
If you could change one thing about the #USvsHate activity you did, what would you change?
Your answer
How would you rate relationships among student groups in your school? *
Polarized and contentious
Respectful, civil and caring
To make your school feel welcoming to all students, what additional supports do students need? Give an example. *
Your answer
Right now, what do you think are the major controversial policies, events, or political issues affecting your school or community? How have you or other students been affected? Describe. *
Your answer
What is one thing you learned from the #USvsHate activity?
Your answer
What is one thing you are still thinking about as you leave?
Your answer
Finally, what is one thing on your mind about the anti-hate messages you and your classmates made?
Your answer
This survey is just to make sure #USvsHate goes well locally. Can we also use your anonymous responses in a research project on expanding #USvsHate nationally? (**Currently, only for students in San Diego Unified, Vista Unified, and Sweetwater school districts.) *
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