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Silvia Carias-Centeno: the student behind change

Naomi Hancock, Staff Writer May 11, 2021
The President of the ISD Student Equity Council, Carias-Centeno has given students a platform for such a desire.

Mrs. King of equity

Gabrielle Parrish, Editor-in-chief November 24, 2020

“I don’t live life neutrally. It’s really hard for me not to care, and I believe the only way to commit to something is by committing fully,” English teacher Joan King said. Promoting equity...

Liberty students form Diversity Club to combat social inequity

Ciena Sakamoto , Staff Writer November 24, 2020

In the wake of the recent protests about systemic racism, sophomore Diversity Club co-founder Naomi Hancock felt that Liberty students needed to be involved in conversations about equity and social change....

Leave performance for the stage: the negative effects of performative allyship

Naomi Hancock, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

In recent months, I’ve had several interactions with friends who label themselves as advocates for Black Lives Matter, ACAB (All cops are bastards), and other civil rights and justice movements.  But...

Intolerance for racism is a need, not a want

Naomi Hancock, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

Before I moved to Liberty, I had never been fully introduced to what racial inequity meant in an educational environment. It took years of self-educating to realize that our schools do not do enough to...

Equity Series

November 22, 2020

Over the past several months, racial inequities have become a focus of the media and the nation. While these issues are far from new, the Patriot Press staff feels that it is our duty to address racism...

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