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Like many other Americans, Johnson attended the BLM march after the killing of George Floyd.

Creativity amid uncertainty: Steven Johnson

Stella Hadamer, Senior Feature Editor
December 21, 2020
People across the country have protested in response to the death of George Floyd last spring, and WJ students are no exception. Many students have gotten involved with the Black Lives Matter movement and are making their voices heard.

The effect of the Black Lives Matter movement on Walter Johnson students

Ila Gordon, Special to The Pitch
December 18, 2020
Sophomore Shiima Nantulya speaks to a crowd of BLM protesters at a march organized by Revolution Gen Z on Sept 26. Her speech addressed segregation in Montgomery County and police brutality against Black victims.

Student activist profile: Shiima Nantulya

Nyomi Fox, Print Editor-in-Chief
November 6, 2020
Joseph Myers, Boyd Hammond and Joseph Barke protest on the streets of D.C. A lot of WJ students have been advicates for the rights of African Americans.

BLM protest cause major conflict in country

A.J. Frattarelli, Staff Writer
October 19, 2020
The crowd marches from WJ towards Old Georgetown Road, carrying signs expressing anti-racism sentiment such as

Local community united against racial injustices

Nyomi Fox, Print Editor-in-Chief
June 30, 2020
Carry the momentum to the ballots

Carry the momentum to the ballots

Danis Cammett, Staff Writer
June 11, 2020
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