On Oct. 30, an interview of President Donald Trump by “Axios on HBO” was released where he expressed his desire to end the idea of birthright citizenship. In the video, he said, “It’s in the process.
Are water coolers better than updated fountains? That was the question posed to several students at Western, and the response was yes. In late August, it was announced that Detroit Public Schools Community District would shut off all of its schools’ drinking fountains due to a testing which found that 16 out of 24 schools, found high levels of lead and copper in their water.
Students at Western kicked off Black History Month with an opportunity to board a mobile museum full of images and displays highlighting the talents of legendary African Americans that excelled during a time of deep discrimination. Celebrating its 10th anniversary traveling the around the country, The American Legacy Mobile Truck Tour, will visit 15 cities this year and selected Detroit as the first and only stop in Michigan.
Western International High School senior Carla Underwood participated in a distinguished panel of fellow students and educators at the We Choose Campaign Journey for Justice Alliance conference held at Wayne State University on Feb.