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Instructor’s Poster Defaced

Late last Wednesday morning, faculty discovered that someone had placed a large sticker which read “it’s okay to be white” on psychology instructor Charles Jeffreys’ office window, obscuring a poster that claims composer Ludwig van Beethoven was of African ancestry. The poster is mounted behind the widow’s glass and was…

Progress Beyond Protest

On March 1st, a keynote on marginalized and disenfranchised Black youth was held in BE 1110 and led by Dominque Davis, CEO of Community Passageways (CP), a non-profit organization based in Seattle. Just within the past 12 months, CP has been able to expunge 22 high-end felonies—gun charges, shooting incidents,…

BSU Provides Space for Collaboration at Legacy Festival

The Black Student Union’s Legacy Festival, held February 23rd, continued the organization’s tradition of encouraging collaboration and community for Seattle Central’s students of African descent. Featuring outreach organizations such as SOAR and Seattle Cares Mentoring Movement, the festival maintained a focus on coalition building between students at Seattle Central and…