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ACTION: Racial Justice and Equity, March 2024

March 2024 - Volume 2, Issue 2

Student Perspective Edition: Welcome to the second edition of ACTION for the 2023-2024 academic year. Six student leaders share their thoughts about racial justice and equity on campus.

Dr. Karim Ismaili

Publisher’s Welcome with Dr. Karim Ismaili

Dr. Karim Ismaili, executive vice president and provost discusses the importance of continuing work on racial justice and equity at BSU.

“For this special edition of ACTION, we’ve asked six student leaders, all students of color, to share their thoughts on a handful of key questions. We’ve encouraged them to be candid, and they were. We took their words to heart and are privileged to present them here.”

Read Dr. Ismaili’s full letter »

Voices of Change

Esha Boyd
Hometown: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Major: Social Work
Minor: Criminal Justice
Preferred Pronouns: She/hers
Abichael Belizaire
Hometown: Rockland, New York
Majors: Biology and Chemistry, Biochemistry concentration
Preferred Pronouns: He/him
Aryanah Walker-Sanchez
Hometown: Worcester
Major: Accounting and Finance, Accounting concentration
Minor: Economics
Preferred Pronouns: She/her
Angelie Castor

Hometown: Brockton
Major: Biology
Preferred Pronouns: She/her/hers

David Alatorre
Hometown: Tempe, Arizona
Major: Management, Information Systems Management concentration
Minor: Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Preferred Pronouns: He/him/his
Gabriella Branco
Hometown: Framingham
Major: Social Work
Preferred Pronouns: She/her
Action: Racial Justice and Equity at BSU

Action: Racial Justice and Equity at BSU is designed to provide tangible examples of how the university is working to advance the cause of racial justice and equity through its commitment to implementing the recommendations from the Special Presidential Task Force on Racial Justice. This e-magazine is distributed by the Division of Marketing and Communications.

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