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Racial Justice at Bridgewater State University

We stand with the Black Lives Matter movement...

“Bridgewater State University fully supports the Black Lives Matter movement as it continues that struggle, a struggle to make our nation live up to its highest ideals of freedom and equality. Here, on our campus and in our community, we commit ourselves to bold action that puts into practice our values of diversity, inclusion and equality for all.” —Frederick W. Clark Jr., Esq.

 

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For more information about this artwork and more, visit the Wallace L. Anderson Gallery site. To learn more about the history and spiritual symbolism of Paul Stopforth's paintings, read Bethesda, Breakwater, Bridgewater  by Jonathan Shirland.

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Jasmine Won holds a Black Lives Matter sign beside a road.
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Members of the African American Society pose for a photo
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African American Society continues work despite pandemic