N’nandii Alexander, president of the Afro-Black Student Alliance, said she was so hurt by the destruction of her Boise State homecoming float that she almost didn’t want to be in the parade, but her club members encouraged each other to still take part.
N’nandii Alexander, president of the Afro-Black Student Alliance, said she was so hurt by the destruction of her Boise State homecoming float that she almost didn’t want to be in the parade, but her club members encouraged each other to still take part. Provided by N’nandii Alexander
N’nandii Alexander, president of the Afro-Black Student Alliance, said she was so hurt by the destruction of her Boise State homecoming float that she almost didn’t want to be in the parade, but her club members encouraged each other to still take part. Provided by N’nandii Alexander

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