This story was written in response to the Include Someone, Make a Difference lesson. Issa, student from 826NYC, chose to write an inclusive ending to finish the storyboard created by Cartoon Network:
Wondering what happens next? Read on to discover Issa’s inclusive resolution:
… Beast Boy says, “Let’s work together!” Robin agrees with Beast Boy and they recreate the project. They grab their nice shiny tools. They are having good teamwork and create a bigger and better project! Their project is nice and shiny and made with gold! They eventually become best friends forever.
by 826 National and Cartoon Network
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