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Black Lives Matter

Asa SiegerNorthern Utah Academy for Math, Engineering, and Sciences(High School Student)Black Lives Matter. I don’t believe a three word statement has caused this much contention and grief since the invention of the phrase “I love you.” The Black Lives Matter movement began after George Zimmerman was acquitted of shooting and killing Trayvon Martin in 2013. The movement gained prominence due to their role in the unrest in Ferguson Mississippi in 2014 following the death of Michael Brown to…See More
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Black Lives Matter

Asa SiegerNorthern Utah Academy for Math, Engineering, and Sciences(High School Student)Black Lives Matter. I don’t believe a three word statement has caused this much contention and grief since the invention of the phrase “I love you.” The Black Lives Matter movement began after George Zimmerman was acquitted of shooting and killing Trayvon Martin in 2013. The movement gained prominence due to their role in the unrest in Ferguson Mississippi in 2014 following the death of Michael Brown to…See More
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Business, Culture, Development, Diplomacy, Education, Environment, Human Rights, Innovation, Justice, Reconciliation, Security, Sustainability, War
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I am a high-school student with interests in global politics and international relations, as well as swimming. It would be fantastic to connect with like-minded people.

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Black Lives Matter

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Asa Sieger

Northern Utah Academy for Math, Engineering, and Sciences

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Black Lives Matter. I don’t believe a three word statement has caused this much contention and grief since the invention of the phrase “I love you.” The Black Lives Matter movement began after George Zimmerman was acquitted of shooting and killing Trayvon…

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