#NotMyLoyola: The Aftermath of Racial Profiling at Loyola University Chicago

In the aftermath of an incident of racial profiling by Loyola University Chicago’s Campus Police, along with the aggressive mishandling and arrest of two students of color, a group of student organizers have begun a movement entitled #NotMyLoyola to hold the police accountable and bring justice to students of color who have been profiling and attacked by Campus Police.
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“The whole thing. Our motto: a city he’ll never sleep in. We don’t want him, man.”
In the wake of an incident of racially profiling of students by Campus Police, the Loyola University Chicago student body has been up in arms to stand for justice for black and brown students. On Saturday, February 24, students protested the construction of a new athletic facility. At the same...
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The Women's March is being heralded as a beacon of hope in Trump's America. But, can we really hold it to the standard of diversity?

It’s 2018

Who else tries to deflect their stress onto other issues? Anyone? Anyone? Just me, then?
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