Last fall, students at The University of Missouri-Columbia used social media and public protest to challenge their school’s racist campus culture. Their efforts led to their football team striking, their president resigning and an eventual $1 million initiative from their university aimed at staff diversity. Exactly one year after the Homecoming parade that sparked their movement, their example […]
To make ends meet, the university must make serious budget cuts, institute a hiring freeze and not grant faculty and staff raises.
Missouri Republicans propose budget cuts to punish anti-racism protests. Critics call it misguided and harmful.
Campus police released alerts online via Twitter and Facebook assuring the campus was safe. The tweets, posted by the account @keanuagainstblk, were sent shortly after a peaceful rally against racial bias on college campuses.
Following online threats and a number of racially charged vandalism incidents at the University of Missouri, officials at Howard University are boosting security on campus after also receiving threats targeting Black students.
"We will move much further toward anarchy than anybody can imagine, and much more quickly," Ben Carson told Fox News about the recent uprisings on college campuses.
The chancellor at the University of Missouri announced his departure Monday, just hours after the embattled president stepped down under pressure over unchecked racism and harassment of Black students on campus.
The University of Missouri’s football team has joined students in their protest against University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe by boycotting all football games until…