VIDEO | Black Students’ Silent Protest at Adams Plaza

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March 5, 2014

Screenshot from the video.

Screenshot from the video.

Black students, some of whom are members of the Black Women’s Collective (BWC), held a two hour silent protest on the steps of Adams Plaza on Wednesday, March 5 to demand accountability from Mills College for campus racism.

A more detailed account of the events surrounding the protest will be in The Campanil‘s next print issue coming out on Tuesday, March 11.

Filmed and edited by Melodie Miu.

Check out our Storify timeline of The Campanil‘s tweets and photos of the event here.


CORRECTION: The title and information in this post has been changed to reflect that the silent protestors weren’t all affiliated with BWC.

For more related posts, check out The Campanil‘s designated web page for our ongoing protest coverage.


VIDEO | Black Students’ Silent Protest at Adams Plaza was published on March 5, 2014 in Multimedia, News, Protest Coverage 2014, Videos

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