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Gus Bachmann, Severna Park High School, Rising 11th Grader

I am the Second Vice President of Student Government at Severna Park High School. I play for the Varsity Soccer and Basketball teams at SPHS and played Academy soccer for 4 years at Baltimore Armour. I want to be apart of this forum to voice my experiences from team sports and gain a deeper understanding of racism in athletics and how athletes can help promote better relationships among students and people.

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Camille Carter, North County High School, Rising 12th grader

I have been a part of the STEM Program for 7 years and have been a STEM Student Teacher Liaison for 3 of the years. I am the Varsity Volleyball Captain and a three-year Varsity athlete. Being an athlete, not only in Anne Arundel County, but for a club team means that I have witnessed a lot of microaggressions and racism within the athletic world. I hope this forum helps us start the conversation on how we can ultimately end it.

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Cameron Geddie, North County High School, Rising 12th Grader

My name is Cameron Geddie and I run for North County’s varsity cross country team. I want to be a part of this forum because I would like to give you a perspective and some insight on how it feels to be a miniority in a predominantly caucasian sport.

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Arielle Johnson, Crofton High School, Rising 9th Grader

I am moving to the Crofton area and will attend Crofton High this fall.  I've played basketball for the last 3 years. A fun fact about me is that I skipped second grade and was president of my school's student council.  I want to take part in this forum because I am passionate about social justice and want to get involved in my new community.

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Nimrah Kashif, Glen Burnie High School, Rising 10th Grader

I was on the swim team for GBHS during my freshman year and I also played tennis. I’ve been swimming for around 4 years now and it’s my favorite sport. I want to take part in this forum because I want to take a stand against the injustices in the world. I don’t want to just talk about changing, I want to actually do something that can help everyone.

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Arusa Malik, South River High School, Rising 11th Grader

Hello! My name is Arusa and I am a junior at South River High. I played tennis at my high school and I enjoy volunteering with the American Red Cross, Backpacks for Baltimore, and Arlington Echo. I also enjoy travelling globally, meeting new people, and exploring new cultures. I believe this forum is essential in order to address concerns about diversity and inclusivity within our school system- subsequently making it a better place for all students. I hope to inspire hope and encourage empathy through this pertinent discussion. ☺

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Princess Merritt, Meade High School, Rising 12th Grader

I’ve been a varsity swimmer for the past 3 year and befriended a plethora of JV and varsity athletes. I am the Current CRASC VP and I think this is an important issue.

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Nate O’Toole, Arundel High School, Rising 11th Grader

I play Varsity Football and last spring was my first year of JV Lacrosse. I am very passionate about nutrition and fitness, as well as cooking.

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Nia Williams, Glen Burnie High School, Rising 10th Grader

My name is Nia. Some people call me Ty. I play varsity volleyball at Glen Burnie High School. I’m very passionate about racial injustice, and of course sports.