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There are 2 comments on Terriers in Charge: Brianna Bourne (CAS’24)

  1. Great job Brianna. I’m very proud of the work you’re doing with SOCA. Being proud of your heritage is a great thing. I’m happy to know you’re bringing people together and learning about other Caribbean Islands and Nigeria.
    Keep up the good work. You have a bright future ahead of you.

  2. This is about Brianna Bourne’s documentary, in reference to SOCA, (Students of Caribbean Ancestry) is an inspiring tale.

    Even though she was not the original founder of this amazing movement, SOCA.

    As Brianna Bourne stated, apparently due to social distancing, SOKA which was on the verge of dissolving as a social, international and interaction organization during the COVID-19 epidemic era, she was able to keep the movement alive along with other pupils at Boston University where she live and studies on campus and is always seeking ways to help others.

    With her curious and inspirational mind, when it appeared to Brianna Bourne that she along with other students from different ethnicity were on campus and could be enriching their lives at Boston University with their different cultural foods, sharing cultural thoughts, ideas, fun & games.

    Brianna inquired about the possibilities of organizing a movement among students like her piers and found out that there was already such an organization of such but was on the verge of extinction.

    It’s delighted to know that she was instrumental in taking the initiative to inquire about rebuilding the organization and was able to put out the words of revitalizing SOCA on her social page, Instagram, which surprisingly lead to the overwhelming positive responses and also lead to the resurrection of Students of Caribbean Ancestry, along with Brianna as the president.

    It is great to know that with Brianna Bourne’s intellectual, positive and curious mind, she has been able to have Students of Caribbean Ancestry and other international community such as Nigeria proudly exhibited and enjoy things such as different foods and games.

    This is truly a positive cultural movements of various ethnicity that will allow each others to boldly enrich the different Caribbean islands diasporas.

    To President, Brianna Bourne who boldly represents Students of Caribbean Ancestry and others of the movement SOCA, (Students of Caribbean Ancestry).

    keep the organization motorized with good food fun & games!

    By, DM Richards, AkA Hank


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