Image c/o the Huffington Post

If you are a teacher at any level of education and you would like your class or students to participate, the process is very simple. It also offers your class the opportunity to study social issues, discuss important subjects like sexual harassment, practice writing, and employ the valuable learning techniques of Project-Based Learning, which are to acquire literacy and intellectuals skills through meaningful activities.

Simply have each student write their own Letter To Our Brothers and hand it in to you. For additional language proficiency, you can have them type it up and save it as a word document to forward to us. The handwritten letters should be scanned and saved as “STUDENTNAME,letter” and its corresponding typed version should be saved as “STUDENTNAMEtyped”.

Additionally, if your class would like to take a group photo holding a Dear Brother slogan sign, or individual student photos holding said signs, such a contribution to the movement would be much appreciated.

All documents should be emailed to letterstoourbrothers (at)

If your class is interested in organizing an educational demonstration like #occupythestreet, please contact us for additional details on how to best facilitate that. We would love to hear from you!


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