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The Kavanaugh Controversy

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I took to the streets of Brashier to discover what our students and faculty thought about the controversy of the recent confirmation of the newest Supreme Court Justice (Photo courtesy of Pixabay, photo credits to skeeze).

I took to the streets of Brashier to discover what our students and faculty thought about the controversy of the recent confirmation of the newest Supreme Court Justice (Photo courtesy of Pixabay, photo credits to skeeze).

Photo courtesy of Pixabay, photo credits to skeeze

Photo courtesy of Pixabay, photo credits to skeeze

I took to the streets of Brashier to discover what our students and faculty thought about the controversy of the recent confirmation of the newest Supreme Court Justice (Photo courtesy of Pixabay, photo credits to skeeze).

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My name is Ashlyn Athey, and I explored Brashier’s opinions over the controversy of the recent confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh. Click here for the link to my video. Hear from: 

Nurse Kim Gassner on why this situation was more of a political play rather than women seeking justice.

Senior Tristan Taylor about why he believes the claims against Kavanaugh may not be fully believable.

Senior Camille Poindexter who believes that Kavanaugh’s confirmation will negatively impact America’s future.

History teacher Jenna Griner about why she believes the three women are just now speaking out on Kavanaugh’s accused assault.

Senior Kenya Adams on what the Kavanaugh hearings accomplished.

Senior Will Arndt who provides valuable insight on a lesson that can be learned from the Kavanaugh hearings.

 

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