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Crystal Everett

Voices of Drake: Crystal Everett

Tell us about yourself.I’ve always described and identified myself as a Black woman. As I continue to stand in the power of my Black womanhood, two of my most important roles are as a wife to my husband of five years, Marquis, and mother to our 4-year-old daughter, Mari. Professionally, I have worked in the...

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Black History Month

Voices of Drake: Leslie Jackson

Tell us about yourself.My name is Leslie Jackson and I have been an occupational therapist for 40 years. I have worked predominately with children and their families in school settings, hospitals, home health, and as a private contractor. Occupational therapy (OT) has been very good to me and allowed me to do things I never...

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Black History Month

Voices of Drake: Michael Blake

This Q&A is part of the story series Voices of Drake that highlights the diversity, ambition, and passion of the incredible people who make up our campus community. In honor of Black History Month, we will be sharing a collection of interviews to spotlight Black voices in our community. This week’s story introduces Michael Blake, sophomore...

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Black History Month

Voices of Drake: Jazlin Coley-Smith

This Q&A is part of the story series Voices of Drake that highlights the diversity, ambition, and passion of the incredible people who make up our campus community. In honor of Black History Month, we will be sharing a collection of interviews to spotlight Black voices in our community. This week’s story introduces Jazlin Coley–Smith, director...