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Washington, Anthony

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Anthony Washington is from the Central District of Seattle, Washington.  He attended Garfield High School and received a basketball scholarship to play at the University of Washington.  Anthony is a former professional athlete, who played in many countries around the world.  

Somewhat of a late bloomer intellectually speaking, he is the grandson of Dr. Frederick Cordova and    Dr. Dorothy Cordova, Historians, and Community activists who have lectured here at the University of Washington.  Anthony’s grandparents, and his mother who is a community activist, project developer, and lifetime student, are two of his main influences intellectually speaking.  

Anthony loves African American history, and is studying African American male culture independently at the moment, and looks to further his research projects related to his studies once he finds the necessary funding.  He is back at University of Washington, and is anticipating receiving his degree in 2016.  He plans on continuing his education after he receives his undergraduate degree, and considers himself to be an Intellectual in training. 

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