US students nationwide are increasingly responding bt organizing campus protests and hunger strikes over what they say are racial discrimination activities, college administration’s inadequate and tone-deaf response to their concerns.
Campuses around the country have seen protests from Missouri to California. Ithaca College in New York, Smith College in Massachusetts, and Yale University in Connecticut have also been dealing with similar actions by students over alleged marginalization and racial discrimination.
At Mizzou, Yale and beyond, campus protests stir fresh questions about free speech http://to.pbs.org/1N1szZe via @NewsHour
Racial Discrimination Protests Ignite at Colleges Across the U.S. http://nyti.ms/1MXZSwk
Claremont McKenna dean resigns after students protest campus racial bias http://fw.to/YCtWTlZ
California college dean resigns after students protest bias http://reut.rs/1OHLj02 via @Reuters
Howard University increases security after online threat aimed at students http://to.pbs.org/1SMSToL via @NewsHour
Some say that it is time these student groups begin accomplishing these necessary actions through their organization, tenacity and courage, pointing to the old days of he 1960's sit-ins to protest the Vietnam war.
others say political correctness has gone too far.