Grace Greene '16: Who Do I Get To Be When I Grow Up?
We're so proud of alumna Grace Greene '16 for using her bold voice in this powerful article responding to recent racial violence across the country.
Grace writes, "I don’t want my only job in this life to be survival. I especially don’t want it to be the biggest feat that I have to overcome everyday. I want to be an activist, a humanitarian, a successful entrepreneur, an academic and I want to run, drive a car, attend a birthday party, walk through the aisles of Walmart, go to school, and walk through a park without feeling like my life is going to flash before my eyes and everything that I’ve worked for is shattered. Most importantly, I want to be able to make small mistakes without feeling like my life will be taken because of them.