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Targeting tumors with millimete August/September 2017 Advocate of the Month


JCSU SGA President Advocates Before State Lawmakers


Johnson C. Smith University Student Government Association President


’18 traveled


student leaders to the state capital with


lawmakers


recently to meet to


spoke on voice


concerns about policies that impact their campuses. Carter and other minority millennials


HBCU Lobby Day about a variety of issues, including voting access and funding for students at Black institutions.


“It was an eye-opening experience,” Carter said. The nonpartisan group


Common Cause NC, which held its first think tank several years ago at JCSU, invited Carter as a member of the HBCU Student Action Alliance, a student-led network rooted in North Carolina’s 10 historically


black


colleges and universities. The group works to hold power accountable at every level.


Carter,


political science and communication arts, is particularly


who is majoring concerned


with


voter ID restrictions and residency laws that suppress the student vote. He recently oversaw a voter forum in Biddle Memorial Hall and is organizing another forum for campus with Common Cause and the Hip Hop Caucus, where


he hopes to in


Johnson C. Smith University Student Government Association President D'Andre Carter


get students speaking out about the needs and issues in their districts to city and state representatives. More voter registration drives are planned in time for Charlotte’s September 12 city council primary and November 7 general election.


“A lot of our students are coming


in as freshman and we want to show them they have power,” Carter said. “Charlotte is one of biggest cities in North Carolina and we have chance to have a big voice in the state. This goes beyond JCSU, to our brother and sister schools across the state. We need to make sure that not just our voices are heard, but theirs are too.”


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ESPN’s The Undefeated hosted an in-depth round table discussion titled ‘From the 757 to the NFL’ with Super Bowl winning head coach Mike Tomlin; Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor and former NFL quarterbacks Mike Vick and Aaron Brooks at Hampton University’s Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications Auditorium.


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