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SRHS Students Engage in Activism through New Clubs

SPEAKING OUT. From left to right, Zohar Kennard and Isabella Damberger-Sheldon, co-presidents of the Amnesty International Club, and Anya Fouts, the club’s secretary, can be seen on the day that students got together to stand in solidarity with the thousands of women who were affected by Texas’ recent abortion law. This is just one of many movements that members of their club will be attending this year. Photo by Shinobu Monraz. Article by Rubi Melo At Santa Rosa High School, there are many new clubs created by ambitious

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Opinion: What the Texas Abortion Ban Means to Me

NOT ONLY IN TEXAS. Malaina Vaden (12, left), Abby Clinton (11, center) and Emerson Guthrie (11, right) pose at the September 9 protest against the Texas abortion ban, Senate Bill 8, at Santa Rosa High School. Clinton said that protesting was important to her because “an attack on women anywhere is an attack on women everywhere.” An hour after Santa Rosa High School’s protest concluded, The United States Department of Justice announced via Twitter a suit against Senate Bill 8. Photo by Isabella Damberger-Sheldon.Article by Molly

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Student Activism At Santa Rosa High School

Silence is Violence. After walking to the Old Courthouse Square, juniors Jerral Agbayani and Jaeden Callender await the beginning of a George Floyd protest. They marched with the crowd, eventually breaking into smaller groups as more people joined the protest. “Now that I think back to it, it’s amazing how many people went to that protest back in March.” said Agbayani. “However, we still have work to do.” Article & Photo By: Jaeden Callender The whole world is full of problems such as discrimination, hunger and corrupt

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