Key Among “America’s Most Daring Young Black Activists”

Kendra Key (AL ’09) was named one of “America’s Most Daring Young Black Activists” by Campus Progress:

“A 2010 graduate of the University of Alabama, Kendra Key, ran for student body president, a position that has long been held by a white student. Though Key narrowly lost the race, she brought attention to black representation in student government at her school. Key was also awarded a Truman Scholarship and now works in Washington, D.C. for Rep. Terri Sewell (D-Ala.).”

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