Student Cultural Alliance (SCA) was not so much of an alliance as a group of friends hanging out. Yet even though it was a clique the group did try to spread awareness about issues facing minority students at SPS and throughout the US.
SCA had been passed down to us by Black and Hispanic alumni and did not have much luck recruiting white students.
I joined because SCA made me feel apart of something bigger than SPS. I was a member of a movement towards inclusion in a world that used to be closed to people of color.
SCA was the beginning of something. And we were in charge of deciding the direction it would take us in.