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Monthly Archives: June 2020

  • Image for Chapter Four: Education.

    Chapter Four: Education

    Written by Adina Shahzad If you got it, act like you did. Being educated holds no value unless you act knowledgeable. After all, no one appreciates a racist doctor or a selfish and biased lawyer. My parents told me that I can turn my knowledge into my power. For education helps us with life, but […]

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  • Image for Black Lives Matter: Students Working Towards a Better Future.

    Black Lives Matter: Students Working Towards a Better Future

    Written by Dr. Noel Holton Brathwaite Last Thursday afternoon, on June 11, about 100 students, faculty members, and administrative staff met with Farmingdale State College president Dr. John S. Nader to discuss issues related to racial inequality and oppression, and the role that Farmingdale can play in dismantling systemic oppression. The Black Lives Matter Town […]

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  • Image for Discourse Club’s Race and Law Enforcement Meeting Set for Tuesday, June 16th!.

    Discourse Club’s Race and Law Enforcement Meeting Set for Tuesday, June 16th!

    Written By Isaiah Hilman-Smalls Next week on Tuesday, June 16th, the Discourse Club will be hosting their Race and Law Enforcement meeting! The recent events of racial injustice have affected everyone’s heart as they mourn the losses of many lives that were taken away. Everyone has an opinion and a specific point of view on […]

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  • Image for Black Lives Matter Town Hall Set for This Thursday!.

    Black Lives Matter Town Hall Set for This Thursday!

    Written By Isaiah Hilman-Smalls This Thursday, on June 11th, The NAACP Chapter of Farmingdale State College and the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council will be hosting a virtual Black Lives Matter Town Hall! At this event, students will be able to express their views on systemic oppression. With most people still in quarantine because of […]

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  • Image for A Statement from The Student Government Association.

    A Statement from The Student Government Association

    Written By The Student Government Association These past months have been challenging, infuriating, and exhausting for many. The SUNY Farmingdale State College Student Government Association (“Farmingdale SGA”) stands in solidarity with members of the campus community who have been affected by the recent deaths of George Floyd, Sean Reed, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless […]

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  • Image for A Statement from The NAACP Chapter.

    A Statement from The NAACP Chapter

    Written By Darrien Hunt Dear FSC Students, During these extremely uncertain times, we would like to address the issues that have severely impacted Black people. We are all aware that these issues are not brand new. Black people in this country have been subject to racist and oppressive forces in America since before we were […]

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  • Image for The Current Economy Amongst COVID-19.

    The Current Economy Amongst COVID-19

    Written By Kaitlyn Hand Can you find a cure for a virus that not only takes away one’s health but also one’s small fortune as well? The coronavirus pandemic has left many people in trouble amidst the stock market falling. The resolution our lawmakers made was to send stimulus checks to people who qualify. Despite […]

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  • Image for Black Lives Matter Town Hall Forum.

    Black Lives Matter Town Hall Forum

      There will be a Black Lives Matter Town Hall Forum on Thursday, June 11 at 2pm. Use this link to join the meeting¬† —¬† bit.ly/FSC_BLMForum Or dial: +1 225.629.3024 PIN: 192 583 676# BLM forum revised

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