“Representation matters,” said Lynn Copeland, an administrative secretary at Pioneer High School, who is also a co-advisor of the Black Student Union with her brother, William, a PHS community assistant. “It’s important to have a direction; to know where you’re going. and when you see things you can relate to, you can say, `Oh, well maybe I can. I was thinking about it, but now I can probably put those thoughts into action and really do something because I see them doing something.”
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