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Grace Douvos '18

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Show Your Colors

Posted by Grace Douvos '18 on Apr 24, 2018 9:44:31 AM

As one of the co-heads of Tabor’s Gender-Sexuality Alliance and organizers of our upcoming Pride Week, I wanted to share my experience within the LGBTQ+ community and why Pride is so important to me.

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Topics: Diversity

A Summer at the ACLU

Posted by Grace Douvos '18 on Aug 22, 2017 3:14:12 PM

This summer, I attended the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Summer Institute for high school upperclassmen in Washington D.C. The ACLU is a national, nonpartisan organization that works in legislatures, courts, and communities to protect the civil liberties and rights of all Americans. My interest in the organization piqued during the 2016 election, as the ACLU played a vital role in informing the public about both Hillary Clinton’s and Donald Trump’s strengths and weaknesses as presidential candidates as well as exposing what the legal effects on each candidate's proposals might entail for the American people.

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