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Students will expand into worlds beyond their poverty and research issues to move the world toward equality. Our Simulated World Arts Research Laboratory (SWARL) allows interracial and divergent economic classes to interchange. Together they learn and practice hands-on techniques of research and public speaking where they place their respective faith into action for the creation of a more equitable world.
Our SWARL creates a miniaturized world, which re-creates the inequitable systems found in the real world. Students enter as players and operate the world as family teams. Their mission is to research the inequalities and plan towards solutions. Our wold has a "real" Bank, Employment Agency, Police Force, Country Club, Hospital, Tax Office, Stock Exchange, Art Museum etc.. The arts are utilized to challenge the players to critically think and emerge as independent thinkers. They must place their faith into action.