VIDEO: Let’s Talk About Race | Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice
About the video
Sarah Allison and Scarly Rodriguez delivered an address on racial justice at the 2014 Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice.
About Sarah Allison and Scarly Rodriguez
(bios from 2014)
Scarly Rodriguez is a Junior at Fordham University from Rockland, New York. She is majoring in Sociology with a Peace and Justice Studies minor. She is a queer Dominican woman with immigrant parents. Scarly is passionate about issues of racism and is currently organizing in the Bronx against the criminalization of people of color and LGBTQ people.
Sarah Allison is a Junior at Fordham University from Oakland, California. She is an American Studies major and Spanish minor. She is currently involved in Fordham’s Police Brutality Community Organizing Group and has also been facilitating dialogues about race and racism on Fordham’s campus with other students. She is especially passionate about racism in the contexts of both Police Brutality and Environmental Justice.
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