In Their Own Voice: Race, Identity and the Legacy of MLK

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As the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s death approaches, we sat down with seven students to get their perspective on race, identity and what Dr. King's legacy means to them.

In order of appearance, the students interviewed are:

• Winston Scott '19, anthropology and African-American studies major, vice president of the Black Students Union, member of the Minority Student Advisory Board
• Jasmin Edjang '20, anthropology and African-American studies major, president of the Minority Student Advisory Board, member of the "We're Better Than That" Committee
• Aleem Griffiths '18, digital media studies major, president of the Douglass Leadership House
• Delvin Moody '18, politcal science and religion major, former president of the Minority Student Advisory Board
• Caryl English '18, health, behavior and society; African-American studies major, president of the Phi Beta Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, former president of the Black Students Union, former secretary of the Douglass Leadership House and member of the Minority Student Advisory Board
• Nia Tucker '20, English and anthropology major, vice-president of the Douglass Leadership House
• Justin Delinois '19, political science and Latin American studies major, member of the Minority Student Advisory Board and "We're Better Than That" Committee
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