Dawnyai Hardy, 12th grade, King-Drew Magnet High School My impressions of Aishah Simmons’ presentation were great. I loved her examples and the way she communicated with young people. She was
Cheyenne Mclaren, 10th grade, King-Drew Sexual violence is an important issue for communities of color because women of color are seen as lesser in value than white women and women
Lucina Ambriz, 11th grade, King-Drew Magnet High School These issues are overlooked mainly because they are common in communities of color and it’s only when something tragic happens that people
By: Joshua Azubuike, Gardena High School Young Male Scholar The story begins when four-year-old Richard sets fire to his grandmother’s house in Jackson, Mississippi, and, as punishment, is nearly beaten
Shondrea Wooden, 12th grade, King-Drew Magnet High School Aishah’s presentation was definitely enjoyable. I appreciated her honesty and openness to the audience. I liked that we were able to watch
“I am strong Black female in this male – dominated world ” — Kaweena Stewart
Students from Gardena HS’ and King-Drew Magnet of Medicine and Science WLP 2015-2016 program discuss the impact of sexual and street harassment on African American girls and women.