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BSU Student Perspectives on the Assault of Jazzpher Evans: What We Would Like Our Teachers to Know

On Monday the Joliet Central Black Student Union met to discuss the assault of Joliet West student Jazzpher Evans in a Quincy Illinois nightclub by a white man on April 4th

After the meeting some of the BSU members agreed to record some of their thoughts about what they would like teachers to know:

Justise Beasley
Jazz deserves our support

 

Devon Porter-Cameron
I can imagine ending up dying

Dan’Yale Thompson
Our trauma should not be entertainment

It hard to find people I can talk to about my feelings
Tavaris (Tee) Sellers

 

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