Alys Alley, co-chair of the Native American Student Association, is on a mission to spark dialoge among students about the many obstacles that minorities face on campus.
Alys is a sophomore at the University of Michigan and a active member in the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, began the dialogue called "Reflect, Remember, Regroup." Alley led the group of about 20 students at the U-M campus.
Alley began the dialogue after watching a movie called "Fight Like Hell," that shows the difficulty that minorities face on campus.
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