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Protests Spread Across Country, On Campuses After Police Shootings of Black...

This week, protestors have gathered nationwide, including on college campuses, to express their outrage against the recent police shootings of two Black men, Jacob...

Preparing Students to Protest in the Millennial Era

In his “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” Martin Luther King Jr. wrote a searing rebuke to his white clergy brothers, who had voiced their disapproval of...

College Students Nationwide Take to Streets to Protest Election Results

College students across the country began to amass late Tuesday night following the announcement of Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton to protest the...

California State University San Marcos Students Protest Chief Diversity Officer’s Dismissal

Students at California State University San Marcos (CSUSM) continue what has become a nearly month-long protest over the university’s diversity and inclusion efforts. Student protestors,...

Diversity and Inclusion’s Slow Climb

Students Aren’t Letting Higher Education or Legislators Off the Hook Over the last six months, the public has watched as college students across the country have...

Brown University Pledges $100M to Enhance Diversity, Inclusion Efforts

In response to student protests that took place across campus early last month, Brown University recently unveiled a 10-year $100 million plan to boost...