Students and Staff Show Solidarity for Aisha Fraser

Shaker School students and staff organized a purple-out to draw awareness to domestic violence and remember deceased Woodbury teacher Aisha Fraser

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Students and Staff Show Solidarity for Aisha Fraser

Participants aimed to promote awareness for domestic violence by wearing purple.

Participants aimed to promote awareness for domestic violence by wearing purple.

The Shakerite

Participants aimed to promote awareness for domestic violence by wearing purple.

The Shakerite

The Shakerite

Participants aimed to promote awareness for domestic violence by wearing purple.

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Shaker students and staff observed a purple-out last Thursday in honor of Aisha Fraser, who was killed by her husband Lance Mason Nov. 17. The purple-out was organized by student council to spread awareness about domestic violence. The color purple represents domestic violence awareness. Students and staff felt the purple-out was needed to show unity in Shaker in the aftermath of Fraser’s death.

 

 

 

 

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