“If you stay silent, over time, it’s easier and easier to stay silent. Or you [can] speak up. It gets easier and easier to speak,” said Greenfield.
“Those who partook demonstrated the necessary involvement in and awareness of gun violence that ought to be more prevalent on college campuses.”
“University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. as the leader of Boston College, should speak out whenever situations occur that especially hurt students. There cannot be a substitute for that.”
So far, Bonyuet has organized several events, all featuring attendance similar to the 50 that were there on Wednesday.
When Ferguson became a hotbed of activism following the shooting of Michael Brown, the Missouri suburb was right where Daunausia Yancey knew she needed to be.
Now is the time to take action on all of the social ills that bind us into set paths as human beings, gender-related or not.