Support and stand in solidarity today with Missouri and Yale's students of color. Stand up against systemic racism on and off college campuses at these Columbia events. Check back for further updates.
Wear black to stand in solidarity with Missouri students and demonstrate against racism on college campuses and beyond.
President Debora Spar is hosting a forum at 6:00p.m. in Held Auditorium, 3/F Barnard Hall, for the Barnard community to “join in a College-wide conversation” on systemic racism, and the events at Yale and Mizzou.
Read Spar’s email in full.
Dear Barnard students, faculty and staff,
We know that the news from the University of Missouri, Yale, and other campuses has brought to the forefront much reflection and discussion across the country about systemic racism, and that many of us have been deeply affected. As part of today's National Call for Solidarity, we invite you to join in a College-wide conversation this evening at 6:00 p.m. in Held Auditorium on the third floor of Barnard Hall.
Please consider participating and adding your voice to the discussion.
Join Columbia’s Black Student Organization 7:00p.m at the sundial to “to heal, express ourselves, support each other, and most importantly celebrate the courage and resolve of our brothers, sisters, and siblings around the world.”
To the students of color at Mizzou and at Yale, we, Students of Color at Columbia University, stand with you in... https://t.co/9nZ0wW20ov— Black Students' Org (@BLACKatCU) November 12, 2015
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