by David S. Busch
Student activists at Northwestern, in other words, are asking a similar question that emerged out of the 1960s and famous protest moments at Jackson State and Kent State in 1970: What should be the university’s public purpose?
SOURCE: Inside Higher Ed
"[Jackson State] reflects so many themes in the history of state-sanctioned violence against African Americans."
SOURCE: The Nation
by Nancy K. Bristow
The violence wasn’t caused by anti-war student protest; it was another chapter in the long history of state violence against African Americans.
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