Thursday, BU students walked out of class and onto Marsh Plaza to stand in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and to protest racial inequality. Students and faculty chanted, performed poetry and gave speeches in support of the movement, as well as observed moments of silence to honor the lives taken by the consequences of racial inequality. Students from the School of Social Work, who led the rally, read a list of demands, including a mandatory course for freshmen on racial injustice.
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