Student wins Miss Black Deaf America pageant

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Chenae Laldee is a fourth-year multidisciplinary studies major focusing on organizational change and leadership with a concentration in human resources and political science. She was recently crowned Miss Black Deaf America, a position she will hold until August 2015. Laldee competed in the pageant, which consists of platform, talent, style and interview portions, last August. During her time at RIT, Laldee has been involved in the RIT/NTID Ebony club and the RIT/NTID Caribbean Deaf club and is a member of the National Society of...

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