Hundreds of Howard University students continued a takeover of the school’s administrative building Monday, vowing not to back down until their demands are met – conditions that range from homework and class exemptions due to “mental and emotional” health issues to a plan to disarm campus police.
HU Resist, the students organizing the now five-day revolt at the D.C.-based historically black college, turned all four floors of the administrative building, including the president’s office, into an occupied “safe space,” barring any faculty or staff from entry.
— #StudentPowerHU (@HUResist) March 26, 2018
The list of nine demands, sparked by a financial aid scandal, calls for the resignation of the college president and board members, as well as seven other demands – from specialized counseling to combating gentrification.
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