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“We’re not all going to be free until the most marginalized person is free: black, queer, woman, not able-bodied,” said UGBC President Akosua Achampong, MCAS ’18.
Friday night’s celebration of Black History Month included song, dance, and poetry.
The AHANA Management Academy provides mentorship programs and invites notable speakers for the business-minded members of the AHANA community.
While there are many ways to enact change, facing differences and embracing them in our own lives proves to be the most powerful, as the ‘Speak For Your Change’ event suggests.