In Partnership with Loyola Marymount University Family of Schools and Westchester Enriched Sciences Magnet

In 2010 Campbell Hall and LMU came to a mutual conclusion—teenagers are curious about each other. 20-20, seeing the world through each other’s eyes, is an exchange program pairing the African American affinity groups at Campbell Hall with students at Westchester Enriched Sciences Magnet, which has a majority black population.
The program begins with an all-day symposium at Loyola- Marymount University with the theme of identity as an African American young man or woman in today’s world. Each group then attends classes at each other’s schools for a day. Of special interest to the students is how it feels to be in a school where they are the majority, or minority demographic. Their insights about different school cultures, race, and how both affect personal growth were the themes of two documentaries “Education Unlocked” (young men) and “Portraits of a Black Girl” (young women).
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