Education in Isolation: Black Students Feel Alienated, But Work Together to Demand Change

January 19, 2016 — By Miles Trinidad, Daily Emerald. 

Fahma Mohammed lived in Happy Valley, Oregon, where she was one of only 20 black students and five Muslim students at a high school of over 3,000. Her first term at the University of Oregon was a culture shock, but not for the reason one would expect.

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