@ Concord-Carlisle High School
Who We are
The Intersections Club was formed in November 2018 after Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) students, Akshaya Seetharam, Stephanie Donovan, and Vicky Chan attended the EDCO High School Student Leadership Conference. Designed to welcome students of different race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, mental and physical disabilities, and any other difference that sets them apart from the “norm”, Intersections Club highlights the diversity that exists at CCHS, and promotes inclusion of these different groups, in an effort to better educate the CCHS school community to embrace the idea that their individual social identities, (i.e. gender, sexuality, race, economic-status/class, age, linguistic) intersect, and overlap with one another. Some recent projects the club has been involved in have included hosting the Emerson College production, “Mr. Joy” at CCHS, cultural food sales, a podcast series called “Cue the Culture” on WIQH.org, discussions with students at CCHS on various topics, and an organized BLM demonstration in Concord center.