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Students Beardown on Bigotry


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Diversity is a qualitative measure. Its effectiveness can’t be measured merely by statistics. The goal of the project is to examine all of the atmospheric factors that contribute to feelings of exclusivity on our campus.
Photo 1: Kala Sakala is a biochemistry freshman. Sakala was told by some students who share her dorm that she’s not “really” black, as she has been told nearly her whole life.
Photo 8: Byron Sloan is a senior studying sociology and retailing and consumer sciences. Sloan is also on the board of directors for Native American Student Affairs. One of his UA professors made comments about his “surprising” eloquence, especially considering that Sloan must have been educated on a reservation. (He was not.)


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