• Justice Au Coeur

A voix haute contre la pauvreté !

« A voix haute contre la pauvreté »

Lectures, chansons, performances

mercredi 31 mai 2017

Elèves de 2nde1, 2nde 3, 2nde 5, 2nde 7

AP Justice au Cœur

Enseignants : V Derrien, C Hugon, D Lockwood

  1. Mathilde, Valentine, Laëtitia – Présentation de +l’association « Justice au Cœur »

  2. Thelma, Ines, Yussef, Matthieu – de Nicolas Clément

  3. Jeanne, Melody – de Victor Hugo extrait du recueil des « Contemplations »

  4. Romane, Grégoire, Thibault – Appel de l’Abbé Pierre (1954)

  5. Emma, Justine – « Qui est riche, qui est pauvre ?extrait du magazine « Alternatives économiques »

  6. Lucas, Hadrien, Sébastien – de Nadir Dendounne

  7. Morgane – de Delphine de Vigan

  8. Julien aka « Songe » - Magicien

Playlist musicale : Raphaël et Arnaud

Maîtresses de cérémonie : Diane et Célestine

Vidéastes : Alexandre, Alessia, Solène

Playlist de Justice au cœur du mercredi 31 mai 2017 (Spotify : Justice au cœur) :  The community of hope- PJ Harvey  Medicinals - PJ Harvey  The Ministry- PJ Harvey  Fix you – Coldplay  Heal The World- Michael Jackson  One Love- Bob Marley  I was here- Beyonce  To build a home- Cinematic orchestra The album's title is a reference to the HOPE VI projects in the United States, "where run-down public housing in areas with high crime rates has been demolished to make room for better housing, but with the effect that many previous residents could no longer afford to live there, leading to claims of social cleansing." The HOPE VI program is directly referenced in the album's opening track and second single "The Community of Hope". The title is inspired by Harvey's trip to Washington D.C. with photographer/filmmaker Seamus Murphy where she was given a tour by Paul Schwartzman of The Washington Post, ] who directly influenced some of the lyrics on the song. ] Upon its release, the song drew criticism directly from politicians running for the council seat in Ward 7 in Washington, D.C