Emerson Students Protest to Demand Diversity Classes

April 29, 2015

About 200 Emerson College students marched into a faculty meeting Tuesday to demand cultural sensitivity training for professors and more diversity-related courses for students, The Boston Globe reported. The students ended up outnumbering faculty members at the meeting. Other students walked through campus buildings, chanting “education, not discrimination.” Lee Pelton, president of the college, praised the discussion that took place after students entered the faculty meeting. “It was an amazing moment, and it was a wonderful opportunity for growth,” he said.

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