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Black High School Students In Oregon Offered ‘Black Student Graduation Ceremony’ This Spring

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Race-based graduation ceremonies, once only for colleges and universities, are now appearing in K-12

By Georgia Howe

Last week, parents in Beaverton, Oregon received a district email announcing that a local organization, the Beaverton Black Parent Union (BBPU), along with the Black Student Union, would be offering a district-wide “Black Student Graduation Ceremony.”

According to the email, the event will “be open to any senior student in-district who identifies as Black (including African-American, Afro-Latino, African or mixed-race Black).”

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