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Blacklivesmatter accepted, not in the way many were expecting but still as a positive outlook.
Stanford University is one of the world’s leading research and teaching institutions. It is located in Stanford, California and has been by far, an institution that openly accepts all ethnicity and nationalities without prejudice.
It was with such notion, that 18 year Ziad Ahmed took the liberty granted, to write on his college application blacklivesmatter over 100 times, after being asked, “what matters to you?”
“I was actually stunned when I open the update and saw that I was admitted. I didn’t think I would get admitted to Stanford at all, but it’s quite refreshing to see, that they view my unapologetic activism as an asset rather than liability.”
The blacklivesmatter accepted by many, from every race, has also incorporated with religion. Ahmed spoke about his Muslim faith and his staunch support fort blacklivesmatter.
The post has since been shared and liked thousands of times, including by police reform group “Campaign Zero” and its founders.
The Bangladeshi-American has already attended the White House Iftar dinner, a religious observance of Ramadan, and in 2016 he interned for Hillary Clinton’s Presidential Campaign.
Ahmed, a Straight A student, at the $34,600-a-year Princeton Day School in New Jersey, publicized his acceptance letter from the prestigious California school on Twitter on Friday, alongside a copy of his unusual essay.
He was adamant in making it known that he supports the blacklivesmatter movement.
“To me, to be Muslim is to be a Blacklivesmatter ally, and I honestly can’t imagine it being any other way for me.“
“Everyone who received your application was inspired by your passion, determination, accomplishments, and heart,” the acceptance letter read. “You are, quite simply, a fantastic match with Stanford. You will bring something original and extraordinary to our campus – a place where you can learn, grow, and thrive.”