The Moderators- August 27

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February 1 - Amaya Madarang - Northeast High School, 12th Grade

Being the chair of the equity committee at my school and a leader in many other clubs, I’ve seen the power and leadership of women in groups like these that are primarily dominated by women. Also, seeing women similar to myself like Amanda Gorman, a Black woman and a poet, make the impact that they have, I know the gravity of this panel. I know I have to fight so these women can continue to have a platform and continue to create change as they have already, despite their gender making them out to be second-class citizens at times.

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February 1 - Bunmi Omnisore - Arundel High School, 11th Grade

I'm Bunmi Omisore and I'm the secretary for Let's Talk Justice. I'm also a co-founder of the Arundel Equity Leadership Council, which has helped to create professional development content for AACPS.  I've started a book study for the Arundel community and am a member of the County Executive's Youth Advisory Council, where I've been able to spearhead legal literacy curriculum. I'm moderating this forum in order to guide a conversation across what it's like to be a female student in AACPS.