In a sold-out auditorium on Tuesday night, Terrence Floyd shared the story of how he first met his brother George Floyd at a family gathering. Floyd said they were able to form a strong connection, but just four years after that day, in May of 2020, his brother was taken from him.
Panelists Talk Criminal Justice and Police Reform
Two incidents in which police officers pulled Eroc Arroyo-Montano over and drew their guns revealed insights about police reaction and response, he said.
News, On Campus, Featured Story
BC Students, Jesuits Hold Black Lives Matter Demonstration
Facing outward toward Commonwealth Avenue, a crowd of protesters, including BC students and Jesuits, covered the lawn of St. Ignatius Church on Sunday afternoon.
News, On Campus, Featured Story, Administration
Leahy’s Letter On Racism A Departure From His Response To Recent Racist Incidents
University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J., released a statement on June 2 condemning racism and offering prayers for George Floyd.
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Protest Against Killing of George Floyd Held at City Hall, Boston Common
“People need to stay mad,” said Ade Laurent, a protester. “When they stay mad, that’s when we’ll get a change.”