The Elections Committee is hosting a debate on diversity and inclusion on Tuesday evening, as well as a final debate on Feb. 11.
Through various mediums, including song, prayer, poetry, and public speaking, the night addressed the marginalization of people of color and minorities at large.
One of the student involved in a racist incident last month is no longer enrolled at BC, according to a press release.
With her ever-present smile, McBarnett has her reputation of being one of BC’s most caring figures.
“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.”
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“We’re not all going to be free until the most marginalized person is free: black, queer, woman, not able-bodied,” said UGBC President Akosua Achampong, MCAS ’18.
Friday night’s celebration of Black History Month included song, dance, and poetry.