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Black Student Union hosts Battle of the Sexes

By David Villegas
Contributing Reporter

The Black Student Union hosted its annual Battle of the Sexes where students held discussion where women and men answered questions related to relationships and sex. 286 more words

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Black Student Union Speakers Stress Tolerance

Andres Trevino ’17

Every year during Black History month Strake Jesuit’s very own Black Student Union hosts a speaker or in this case speakers to talk to the student body. 386 more words

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Black History Month events reflect history of education in black communities

Throughout February, students can attend a variety of Black History Month events, from speaker panels to movie screenings to ice skating, to learn about this year’s theme: the Crisis in Education. 541 more words

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Celebrating Black History Month: Students define Black History Month

Written by Chelsie Park and Janet Wang

All eyes were fixed on senior Ebbie Banks as he captivated the audience during the annual Martin Luther King Jr. 479 more words

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on student organizing post-Compton Cookout of 2010

Highlighted in this essay are my experiences navigating, leveraging, collaborating, and doing work with an organization marred in sexist, xenophobic, and racist history. What I offer is an archive to all first-generation underclassman of color trying to find their way in a sea student organizing post-Black Winter of 2010. 1,649 more words

Minority clubs find comfort in unity

By: RYAN LOHMAN
Editor in chief
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IU South Bend’s Black Student Union (BSU) usually meets on Wednesdays. But last Wednesday, the day the world woke up to the reality of a President Elect Donald Trump, the usual wasn’t going to be good enough. 618 more words

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Garfield High School Goes on Bended Knee for Black Lives

By Jesse Hagopian, first published at The Progressive.

The Jocks.The marching band. The cheerleaders. The Black Student Union. The teachers. And the administration. These disparate high school groups rarely come together. 1,336 more words