What It Means to Be Black


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A child looks into the camera. (Photo: Michael Mims)

 

Marian Ibrahim

Sophomore Habiba Ibrahim was assigned a project in her Advanced American Literature and Composition class. The project was to create a video that talked about “What it Meant to Be…” something! Ibrahim interviewed other black AHS students to create this video. It touches on topics ranging from the intersectionality of Muslim and black life, police brutality, and black culture.

The video can be found here:
https://drive.google.com/a/beaverton.k12.or.us/file/d/0B4G6XJmMRpoaY1hjeTFXV3RtZms/view?usp=sharing.

 

 

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