SDS to host a study-in at the President’s office

Andy Castro

The UNF Students for a Democratic Society will hold a “study-in” on Monday, Oct. 23 to draw attention to racism as a serious student issue after recent incidents on campus.

Students will march from Peace Plaza to President Delaney’s office to have a “study-in.”

Students are encouraged by SDS to bring their homework and other assignments for the “study-in” at the president’s office.

SDS is demanding UNF takes action against the students who posted a video on Snapchat acting like monkeys and captioning it “What really happened at the BML [sic] rally.”

The organization also wants UNF to increase the black student enrollment on campus and to create an African American/Black diaspora studies program to educate racist students.

Lastly, SDS asks that UNF creates more scholarships for black and first-generation college students.


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