Conversations on Black Lives Matter and Save Her Name Movements

On November 13, students in advisory reviewed a brief history of the Black Lives Matter and Say Her Name movements.
This advisory conversation followed the previous day’s chapel presentation given by Kena Dorsey, High School DEIJ Coordinator, whose talk was titled, “Breonna Taylor: She Was Just Like Me.” Her reflection provided background and context for the advisory discussions.
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