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Faculty and students gather in the Hege Cox print shop during the Free Press event on Friday afternoon, Feb. 10, 2017. At least 100 student and faculty participated in the print-making open house. They printed T-shirts, posters and stickers with Black Lives Matter and Feminism is for Everyone. Photo by Julia Martins De Sa/Copyright 2017

Event spurs discussion, examination

Fernando Jimenez, Photo Editor February 17, 2017

"I see the All Black Everything Symposium as a day of discussion, where we can engage in meaningful dialogue around pressing issues facing our community,” Dr. Brian L. McGowan said in his speech. “I...

From left to right: James Shields 00, Katrina Jackson 05, and Judy Harvey 73 share their stories as former students to explain the colleges history of oppression and how much change has occurred.

All Black Everything: Symposium focuses on activism, integrity

Mara Stern, Staff Writer February 26, 2016

“True movements need to be woven in a fabric that gives the oppressed majority’s needs priority over individual wants,” said Kristi Matthews ’06 during her keynote address. “Think of ways to...

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