Christian Ogle, Howard University School of Dentistry D1 student
I identify as a Black man and I’m also a brother, a mentor, a mentee and I think that is very important in how I carry myself because it’s not only me that I represent but other people look up to me. A lot of times you’re in a space where people don’t think that you necessarily belong or fit in and I think that’s very important to lead by example and to carry yourself humbly and with kindness.
Jhamere Wilson, Howard University software developer and alumnus
I’m a Black man, I’m a brother, a son, a self-proclaimed creative and I’m still learning about myself and what I want out of this journey.
Raheem Pierre, Howard University School of Dentistry D1 student
I identify as a Black male and I think it’s very important for me to be crucial on how I present myself nowadays as a Black individual in today’s world just by being more knowledgeable on what’s going on, not just socially but economically as well. So it’s important for me and anyone who looks like me to be updated on what’s going on in today’s world.
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