This is how the float looked after the damage and as it appeared in the parade. Nnandii Alexander, president of the Afro-Black Student Alliance, wears an orange hoodie atop the float. Driving the cart is Tiffany Denson; passenger seat, Kamari Howard; atop the cart in black shirt, Milaun Danclar; on the hood of the cart, Briana Alston.
This is how the float looked after the damage and as it appeared in the parade. Nnandii Alexander, president of the Afro-Black Student Alliance, wears an orange hoodie atop the float. Driving the cart is Tiffany Denson; passenger seat, Kamari Howard; atop the cart in black shirt, Milaun Danclar; on the hood of the cart, Briana Alston. Provided by Nnandii Alexander
This is how the float looked after the damage and as it appeared in the parade. Nnandii Alexander, president of the Afro-Black Student Alliance, wears an orange hoodie atop the float. Driving the cart is Tiffany Denson; passenger seat, Kamari Howard; atop the cart in black shirt, Milaun Danclar; on the hood of the cart, Briana Alston. Provided by Nnandii Alexander

Its float vandalized, BSU black student group says ‘we will not shut up’

October 16, 2016 08:13 AM

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