During the National Racial Day of Healing celebration on Jan. 21 in Webb Hall, students across campus came together to perform. (Bottom right) Madeline Alford, Black Student Union president and senior political science major, expresses the significance of community and healing. “In order to heal, we have to talk about the pain, and the pain sometimes is excruciating and it never seems to heal,” Alford said. Shelby Hambleton | The Bulletin

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