How to be an Advocate for Racial Justice

Demanding Justice for Jacob Blake and Trayford Pellerin and Showing Solidarity with the March on Washington

 

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In 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and addressed a crowd of marchers with words that would go down in history: “I have a dream”. Now, 57 years later, people take to the streets of Washington D.C. to march to the beat of this same dream, demanding for racial justice once more. As we have seen by the recent senseless shootings of Jacob Blake and Trayford Pellerin, our nation is still broken and plagued with hate, discrimination, and intolerance. Today, we stand in solidarity with those in the March on Washington, and this resource guide provides ways in which we can walk the walk alongside them. 

Department of Diversity and Inclusion
Kaya Lawrence, Director of Diversity and Inclusion

Rachel Ingal, Student Body President
Sarah Galbenski, Student Body Vice President
Aaron Benavides, Student Government Chief of Staff