Feminism and Acceptance at Bronx Science

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Audrey Hill

Eshika Talukder '20 voices her opinion during a NOW meeting.

Though at first glance, Bronx Science may seem to be a place for purely academic classes and clubs, in reality the community at Bronx Science is very empowered. We have a strong focus on feminism, LGBTQ+ and racial inclusivity. Our school’s community works hard at making sure that everyone feels equal and supported. Clubs such as NOW and GSA help students to speak out on issues that are important to them and to make positive changes in our school and in society at large. 

Clubs such as NOW and GSA help students to speak out on issues that are important to them and to make positive changes in our school and in society at large. 

Students in NOW are making posters during their club meeting. (Audrey Hill)
NOW members are handing the posters to club members to put up around the school. (Audrey Hill)
Members of NOW are making posters and discussing recent political issues. (Audrey Hill)
Molly McCormick ’23 listens to her fellow NOW club members and their ideas. (Audrey Hill)
Zoya Garg ’21 listens to her fellow club members during a NOW meeting. (Audrey Hill)
This student is listening to the ideas of other members of the GSA club. (Leann Goldberg)
This student is showing her pride with a rainbow headband. (Leann Goldberg)
Emilia Lord ’20 presents to GSA and reflects on her ideas. (Leann Goldberg)
Here, a student is talking to the faculty advisor of GSA, Mr. Giorgis-Blessent, who also teaches French at Bronx Science . (Leann Goldberg)
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