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Gave 1.50 hours on Dec 13, 2018
Richard Cole
Declan Kelly

The movie the 13th amendment talks about the controversial past and present of the black persons civil rights. It explains how institutionalized slavery is the same thing as slavery, just a variation to make it seem like black people are not slaves. It estimates that 2 million are in prison as of now, which is 1/4 of the United States general population.

Gave 2.00 hours on Dec 11, 2018 with Wagner College
Juliet Joseph

meeting for Bonner winter training

Gave 1.00 hour on Dec 11, 2018 with Wagner College, Wagner College Center for Leadership & Community Engagement
Titus Leo

I and a few of my classmates watched the documentary “13th” on Netflix. This l film sends out a strong message to American society. This film hold so much power and impact. The film bring up over a dozen of statics to show how the Legal law is systemic racism. It highlights the roots of slavery and how modern day slavery is being committed. How we are using the legal justice system to still have a great impact of oppression on the African American community. It show how our Amendments are supposed to free us but in reality the government is using it as a form of slavery. For example the 1th amendment is used to strip away former prisoners rights and basically turn them back into slaves & the way we get them into prison is be setting up obstacle that they can’t resist and trouble they can’t avoid for them to be increased.

Gave 3.00 hours on Dec 11, 2018 with Wagner College
Richard Cole

Richard @ Lc12

I watched the documentary “13th” on Netflix. This was an extremely powerful film I’ve watched a handful of times. It really enrages me and enlightened me to see how Institutional slavery was brought about. It’s crazy how the 13th admendment legalized slavery and stripped you of your rights if you were a convicted criminal.

Gave 2.00 hours on Dec 10, 2018 with LC 12: Justice in an Unjust World (Fall 2018)
Benjamin Welling

When I arrived at about 11am with my mom who was visiting New York I was not entirely sure what the mesueum was about or what had gone on hundreds of years ago. A large reason it was created because of how badly African-Americans were treated in NYC and the surrounding area. They could not burry there black friends and family in Manhattan and they were forced to leave the elsewhere. Along with this the white people around them treated them horribly and were basically slaves to them. Overall the burial ground was very sleek and new and had a lot of nice monuments out side that really made me want to explore. Inside there were many cool diagrams and background stories that went with them. Although these things were interesting finding out the history behind them and the horrible things that happened made me feel bit sad. But overall it was an experience and I learned some new things about NYC and black history here.

Gave 3.00 hours on Dec 8, 2018 with Napela, Wagner College Center for Leadership & Community Engagement
Deyja Gentile
Juliet Joseph

Gabby and I set up for the holiday party and set everything up.

Gave 3.00 hours on Dec 6, 2018 with Wagner College, Wagner College Center for Leadership & Community Engagement
Damonique Fermin
Dominic Zmarlicki

Wonderful group of students. All excited to learn and ask questions. This second group from IS 24 is as inspiring as the last.

Gave 2.50 hours on Dec 4, 2018 with Bonner Leaders - Wagner College, The IMPACT Scholars Civic Network, Wagner College, Wagner College Center for Leadership & Community Engagement
Dominic Zmarlicki

Wonderful group of students. All excited to learn and ask questions. This second group from IS 24 is as inspiring as the last.

Gave 2.50 hours on Dec 4, 2018 with Bonner Leaders - Wagner College, The IMPACT Scholars Civic Network, Wagner College, Wagner College Center for Leadership & Community Engagement
Thomas Mcguinness
Alegria Cloma
Dario Anderson
Terrell Braithwaite