“Eventually, the policies and politics you are currently ignorant of will truly have a direct impact on your life.”
This story starts 84 years ago, when Casper Augustus Ferguson began attending and eventually graduated from BC. He was miserable.
On Saturday, Boston Common was filled with a sea of pink as over 175,000 people of all backgrounds attended the Boston Women’s March for America in the wake of Donald Trump’s inauguration.
A few hundred people marched from Carney to Corcoran Commons to bring awareness to problems of racism, LGBTQ, and disability rights on campus. Here are more photos from the event: [aesop_gallery id=”121929″] Gallery Images by Julia Hopkins / Heights Editor and Lizzy Barrett / Heights Staff Featured Image by Alec Greaney / Heights Editor
A few hundred people marched an accessible route from Carney to Corcoran Commons to bring awareness to problems of racism and LGBTQ and disability rights on campus.