An immense portion of the Boston College community marched in solidarity to protest multiple racist incidents that occurred last weekend in a demonstration Friday called “Silence is Still Violence.” Starting at 12 p.m., BC students and faculty marched from McElroy Commons to Corcoran Commons, displaying signs and chanting “Black Lives Matter.” Over 1,200 people marked…
“It is essential that all those who believe in liberty and justice for all demand liberty and justice for Eradicate.”
These three members of Eradicate BC Racism are in addition to the four who were sanctioned earlier this semester.
The posters included a link to a new bias incident reporting form run by Eradicate BC Racism.
Three of the students received probation, and one received an administrative hearing.
“Eradicate is often criticized for our perceived failure to cooperate with the administration. However, Eradicate’s attempts to work through the institution have been ineffectual.”
“The BC administration is more likely to support and have a positive response to Eradicate protests in the future if it receives the recognition that it deserves for meeting student demands, even if only partially.”