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Paly’s Black Scholars United Club

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Grace Rolston recently moved from Santa Cruz High School to live in Palo Alto. Her passions are writing, playing video games, and photography. In InFocus this year, she hopes to become the social media manager, reacquaint herself with video production software, and improve her editing skills. Grace filmed, edited, and posted on an editing account on YouTube for three years. Recently, she has been wanting to pursue a career in journalism and is participating in InFocus to gain experience.
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    Mary SanoFeb 21, 2024 at 5:47 pm

    The term, “n-word”, referred to in this segment is the word “negro”. The aforementioned word appears regularly in primary documents of historical significance, including works by Black intellectuals from Frederick Douglass to James Baldwin. In its time of common use in the Black community, the word was not considered derogatory.

    Here is a link to a slide deck about sensitive language that the History Social Science department developed in collaboration with the BSU in 2021-22. These slides are used in History Social Science classrooms.

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