July 23, 2021
If we merge mercy with might, and might with right, then love becomes our legacy.

Black History Month Highlight: Amanda Gorman

In honor of Black History Month, The General will recognize African Americans who contributed to our nation. More than 400 years of African American history is so often ignored or discarded.

So, let’s pay tribute to the generations of African Americans who either came before us or still fight now. Let’s celebrate by taking the time to understand, give recognition to honor these amazing and impactful individuals!

Amanda Gorman
Kassandra Garcia

Kassandra Garcia

On the surface, Kassandra Garcia is just a first-year student at HCCC majoring in Communication and Media, however in reality, she is a quirky, anime, hip-hop and ramen loving activist. Kassandra is driven by curiosity, so much so that it has led her to identify and solve the most pressuring of questions. She focuses on Life and Culture but is passionate/open of new ideas, conversations, and challenges. Believe or not, when Kassandra was in high school, she would have never imagined herself able to take on new challenges, but she has come a long way. She continues to strive hard to go beyond her/other’s expectations, so maybe one day she can make a positive difference on the world.

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