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Wolpert founds organization Musicians for Equality

Wolpert founds organization Musicians for Equality
January 20, 2021
Wolpert uses her music to help fundraise for many necessary organizations and hopes to continue this in the future.

[STAFF EDITORIAL] What we have learned from 2020

There are a lot underlying things that 2020 has brought to light. The country is ideologically divided more than ever. A lot of work has to be done.
November 16, 2020
2020 has been a long ride, calling for truth, justice, and unity more than ever.

New yet long overdue diversity policies need more support

The school needs to focus now on not only helping students (especially white students) handle race, but also making SPA is a school that can be safe for students and community members of color. This can only be achieved by bringing more diversity into the school community and making sure that SPA changes in order to keep that diversity.
October 16, 2020
The school needs to focus now on not only helping students handle race, but also making SPA safe for students and community members of color. This can only be achieved by bringing more diversity into the school community and making sure that SPA changes in order to keep that diversity.

Use social media to support action, not to perform

Use social media to support action, not to perform
July 3, 2020
Your social media platform should be just the beginning -- not the end -- of your work for social justice.

STAFF EDITORIAL: We need to change how SPA talks about race

ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM. SPA needs to address what is missing from its curriculum: meaningful conversations about race.
February 17, 2018
Teachers, the administration, and students are all contributing to the current state of how we talk about race. To support a better system, these three groups need to work together.

CAIR-MN 2015 Benefit Gala extends message from MLK Assembly

Prominent CAIR contributors, including Joshua Salaam of Native Deen and Jaylani Hussain, the Executive Director of CAIR gather for a red carpet photo shortly after the 2015 Benefit gala ends. “If you’re new to CAIR,  going to the gala is a good educational opportunity to see what’s going on [regarding civil rights in America],” sophomore Heba Sandozi said.
February 21, 2015
The Benefit Gala on Feb. 8 included appearances by both Jaylani Hussein and Chris Lollie, panelists from the MLK Assembly.
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