Protest Coverage 2014

Black students staged a protest March 5th in response to the racist comment left on the now-defunct Mills College Confessions Facebook page as well as the culture of racism they feel is present at Mills at all times. Dressed in all black, the students held signs and stood silently for two hours on the Tea Shop steps. (Photo by Jen Mac Ramos)

Black Women’s Collective List of Demands

The Black Women’s Collective published a list of demands on March 4th in response to racism on campus.

Staff Statement: Addressing the Anonymous Letter

After much deliberation, The Campanil staff has made the decision to remove the anonymous letter published earlier this evening.

Chalk illustration on ground during silent protest. (Photo by Mackenzie Fargo)

A Letter to Our President from Janel Park

Graduate Student Janel Park wrote a letter to Mills College President DeCoudreaux in response to recent issues around race, prejudice and bigotry on campus.

Beck Levy.

Unlearning Racism, Confronting Whiteness

Beck Levy writes a letter to her fellow white classmates to start a conversation about what it means to be a white anti-racist.

Screenshot from the video.

VIDEO | Black Students’ Silent Protest at Adams Plaza

Here’s a video clip of the Black students’ silent protest at Adams Plaza on Wednesday, March 5.

Photo Credit: Mackenzie Fargo

STORIFY | BWC Silent Protest at Adams Plaza

The Black Women’s Collective held a silent protest at Adams Plaza for two hours on Wednesday, March 5.

Image tweeted by @thecampanil: "Community Agreement guidelines are set out on each table #millstownhall"

STORIFY | “Moving Forward in These Challenging Times” Town Hall Meeting (And Why We Stopped Live-Tweeting)

The Campanil staff was set to live-tweet while they reported on the “Moving Forward in These Challenging Times” town hall meeting on March 4 until scenes started to unfold.

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