How Black College Students Are Demanding Tangible Changes

Towson University interim President Timothy Chandler addresses a group of students who held a sit-in in his office over concerns regarding the treatment of black students on campus. Photo Credit: WBALTV.com
How Black College Students Are Demanding Tangible Changes


In this audio B. Renee Robinson discusses how protests at the University of Missouri have influenced students at Towson University and Georgetown University to demand specific, tangible changes on their campuses.


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