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Jasmine Rashid

Jasmine Rashid has 7 articles published.

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In Case You Missed it: Ta-Nehisi Coates came to UPenn

On Nov. 1, the University of Pennsylvania’s Irvine Auditorium hosted writer Ta-Nehisi Coates and hundreds of audience members who, at one point or another, have found themselves lost in his work. Myself and many other Swarthmore community members were included in this bunch, making the trek to Penn to catch Coates on this stop of… Keep Reading

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Mo Lotif and Moving On

Yesterday afternoon, Parrish Parlors felt whole with heartfelt good luck’s, goodbye’s, and recounting of memories, all as a part of the farewell celebration for Mohammed “Mo” Lotif — (now former? wow) Assistant Director of the Intercultural Center. A Detroit native and Williams graduate, Lotif joined the College in Fall 2014, where he embraced the liberal… Keep Reading

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Khomusi and the Human Rights of Storytelling

After a two minute walk from SEPTA’s Jefferson station, Murtaza Khomusi ’17 enters the Philadelphia-housed NGO on Arch Street for the second time this week. Here, he elevates theory into practice, and transcending his identity from student to advocate. For the next few hours, Khomusi will once again be a part of a critical process… Keep Reading

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Blue lives have always mattered

Edited by Niyah Dantzler ’18 This summer, in the state of “We Swear We’re Not as Racist as the American South” New York, the Staten Island Yankees-Brooklyn Cyclones baseball game was the designated venue for “Blue Lives Matter Day.” At this family-friendly outing, Blue Lives Matter merchandise was distributed, the families of fallen officers were… Keep Reading

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