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Parents, Students Drum Up Support for Garfield High School at the Purple and White Gala

by Helene Schilders

Walk into historic Washington Hall and you can almost hear Jimi Hendrix’s iconic guitar sound. When he was still a teenager, the legendary guitarist performed with his band The Rockin’ Kings in the three-story structure that was built by the Danish Brotherhood Society in 1908. Continue reading Parents, Students Drum Up Support for Garfield High School at the Purple and White Gala

Emerald Voices: Bailey Adams

by Sharon H. Chang

BAILEY ADAMS–to my mind–is nothing less than a superstar senior. She is at least the kind of youth who inspires hope for the future (which is a lot). But far more than that she’s the kind of youth it’s cosmic to know exists in today’s tumultuous times: An empowered, no bullshit, young Black woman maneuvering a barricaded world on her own terms, in her own way–before even hitting her third decade of life. Continue reading Emerald Voices: Bailey Adams