Voices of Santa Fe: Virtual Reflection Form

Voices of Santa Fe: Virtual Reflection Wall

Santa Fe College celebrates diversity and embraces everyone’s lived experience. We stand for social justice, and we condemn every act of racism, brutality, and oppression

The deaths of George Floyd in Minnesota, Ahmaud Arbery and Rayshard Brooks in Georgia, Breonna Taylor in Kentucky, and Tony McDade in Florida have amplified the nationwide discourse about racism. We often have message boards on campus to provide students a space to convey their thoughts or ideas during these times. Because we are all working remotely, we invite SF students to share their thoughts and feelings on the recent events and issues in the online form. Submissions will be posted on our virtual reflection wall. We will not be able to post any submissions that include profanity, abusive language, or exceed 300 words.

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