Drexel Might Be Silent on Reproductive Rights, But Students are Speaking Up!
Our Bodies Our Rights! We are out here at the Dragon Statue where students have organized to protest the possible overturning of Roe v Wade. Here’s what they had to say about abortion rights and women’s rights!
Welcome to the Involvement Fair, full of students and student orgs! Ava talked to lots of student orgs; Here’s what they had to say about campus engagement, funding from the school, and becoming a recognized organization here at Drexel.
Edited by: Anoush Kojouri Written by: Ava Kataria Graphics by: Sara Balsamo Laura Rendon-Garcia Ethan Carhuapoma Produced by: Andrew Altricher
Brooklyn Leon is a Drexel varsity cheerleader and an advocate for sexual assault awareness and victims at Drexel. Having recently come forward with her story, Brooklyn has plans to organize an awareness march and calls for better staffing and handling of these cases at Drexel. Stay tuned to hear more details going forward! You can follow Brooklyn Leon on Instagram @brook.leon.
Ava and Ikey Raw, also known as “man of the people”, talk about how Ikey got his start in activism for crime victims in Philadelphia, the recent Fairmount house fire, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and more!
Ikey Raw advocates for and does long-form interviews with victims and families impacted by crime in Philadelphia.
You can follow his content on his Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube pages, called Unsolved Murders in Philly here:
We’re back! Campus is back! And freshmen are back? Today we’re taking you to the involvement fair, Made In America Festival, and giving you tips on how to be the best Drexel student ever! Exciting right?