Tag: Silence is Still Violence
Recent reports of racism on Syracuse's campus parallel those experienced at Boston College, highlighting the administration's failure to create a culture of inclusivity.
The Boston College community was informed via email blast of racist incidents that occurred in a CoRo dormitory Saturday night.
The Communication Department details the repeated anonymous removal of Black Lives Matter posters and political activism signage from their office doors over the past few months.
As the year anniversary of the Silence is Still Violence March approaches, black BC students still face racism and institutional inaction on campus.
The creation of the mandatory online module DiversityEdu has not made the impact the university assumed it would.
After the recent racist incidents on campus, students and administrators should look to refining the cultural diversity core requirement to incite, what could be, a greater racial and cultural campus ...
By downplaying the obstacles of BC's marginalized groups, the University Communications office suggests that Boston College does not value each student equally.
“We are not done. We have barely begun anything.”