Onovu Otitigbe-Dangerfield is making headlines by becoming the first Black valedictorian at New York’s Albany High School since the school first opened as the Albany Free Academy in September of 1868.
“I’m very privileged to be in that position, but to have some historical meaning behind it ... now I’ll have an opportunity to live by that mantra — if you can see it you can be it,” Otitigbe-Dangerfield said 👏🏿 https://t.co/Rtj29I8fR1— AfroTech (@AfroTech) April 1, 2021
Otitigbe-Dangerfield not only has a near-perfect GPA, she plays soccer, sings, plays violin and piano, is the President of the school’s robotics team and more. She said she is “very privileged to be in that position” and now has an opportunity to live by the mantra, “if you can see it you can be it.” (Source: afrotech.com)
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