NHAAC Call to Action

Reasons for signing

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Emily Spence
Mar 30, 2021
humans rights aren’t political, students need to learn about these events so they don't go into the “real world” blind to racial issues, or worse - be part of the problem

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Camille Munro
Mar 27, 2021
Camille I. Munro

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Sharon Giannattasio Reissman
1 year ago
I believe education is key in understanding white privilege as they go to college.

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Priya Suresh
1 year ago
I’m signing because educating our kids on racial injustice is critical in raising the next generation of open minded citizens.

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Christine Milton
1 year ago
My niece and nephew attended Highlands and it’s wonderful to see this initiative.

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Linda Passaro
1 year ago
Change is needed. As NH alumni class ‘83 I applaud your efforts. Extend this education to parents as well. Home and school and local government.

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Karin Turer
1 year ago
For all the excellent education I received at NH (and was truly exceptional), themes on racial justice were conspicuously absent. I know that the talented faculty and staff can live up to the details of this call to action, and I am glad this issue has been raised. (KT, '94)

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Debra Oakes
1 year ago
We all need to know

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Elysa Levy
1 year ago
Elysa Levy

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Joline Hartheimer
1 year ago
Highlands must step up to both support it's students of color and educate it's majority-privileged student body of the legacies of blatant and institutional racism in this country that benefit them. Highlands strives to prepare it's students to become leaders, but what good are leaders if they can't advocate for justice or empower others? I was raised in New Jersey but it took attending college in Alabama of all places for me to truly understand the centuries of trauma soaked into our nation's history.