Gentrification, hate speech and racism were addressed by speakers at Tommy Trojan.

The unanimous decision came after a heated debate at a meeting two weeks ago.

Tension rose at the meeting when the creation of a special committee was proposed.

Members discussed possible ways to collaborate with queer people of color on campus.

Black Student Assembly officials encouraged members to Lorenzo management.

The Black Student Assembly alleges that the housing complex’s move was racially motivated.

The ceremony honored the memories of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis.

The workshop offered students the opportunity to learn more about their civil rights on campus.

There are more than 40 student organizations focused on supporting students of African heritage at the university.