Campus Pulse: If you could have dinner with one black person, alive or dead, for Black History Month who would it be?

“It would be Joy DeGruy, she wrote the book, “Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome” about how the effects of slavery had long lasting effects on black people today. I would love to know if she see things changing for the better or worse.” Jamariah Morris | English Communications Major
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Alexis Warren
Alexis Warren is a fourth semester student working on the Current. This semester she will work as the Social Media and Opinion Editor. Warren is a journalism major and will graduate from American River College with an associate’s degree to transfer after this semester. After receiving her AA, she hopes to transfer to a CSU in Southern California to complete her education. Warren plans to start her career as a celebrity/entertainment broadcast journalist soon after she completes her education.

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