Oct 06, 2015

University of Michigan students organize all-night 'Speak Out' protesting lack of racial diversity | MLive.com

University of Michigan students are organizing an overnight speak out this month, protesting the school's low underrepresented minority enrollment and what organizers call "a poor racial climate for students of color." The event is an extension of a campaign begun this year by the Black Student Union, which has specifically criticized U-M's low black enrollment and demanded a series of changes on...

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