February 29, 2024

Notes from Laurent Stewart

Notes from Laurent Stewart

Some Black History Month closing remarks from our BLSA President, Lauren Stewart:

Beginning in 1976, Black History Month was enacted to “honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of Black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history.” As a demographic that has, and continues to be, severely underrepresented in the legal profession, BLSA believes it is especially important to bring attention to the strides made by Black people within, and outside, of the legal profession. BLSA strives to provide a space where students are able to share in our similarities and celebrate their differences. BLSA extends its deepest gratitude to those who joined in celebration of the many accomplishments, experiences, and perspectives shared throughout this month.









Lauren Stewart
Black Law Students Association President
Appalachian School of Law


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