UNH Manchester graduate Angelina Gillispie '20 at a Black Lives Matter rally

A Call to Educators: Uplifting Our Black Youth

Angelina Gillispie ’20, a recent graduate of the English teaching program at UNH Manchester, published an essay about her experience with the Black Lives Matter rallies and vigils in New Hampshire. At its core, her essay is a call to action to educators and students alike to actively teach and... Read More

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