Students gathered on Low Steps and marched through Harlem on Sunday to raise awareness and protest the attack of a Sikh professor last weekend.
Despite sustaining a fractured jaw and bruising across his body, the professor at the School of International and Public Affairs who was attacked in Central Harlem Saturday evening in a possible hate crime said he plans to return to work Tuesday.
Hate crimes are a result of ignorance and hatred, which can be eliminated through stronger community.
A Columbia professor was assaulted Saturday night while walking in East Harlem in an incident police are investigating as a possible hate crime.
We come to Columbia expecting to change the way we see the world. For students who consider themselves religious, their beliefs add another layer of complexity to a stage of life that already leaves most of us questioning, at least on occasion, how to define ourselves.
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