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Racial Justice and BIPOC Mental Health Resources
Racial Justice and BIPOC Mental Health Resources
August 23, 2020

Suffolk University’s Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CSDI) has compiled a list of resources to help support members of the Black community...

Hats sold by Boston lifestyle brand, Black Girl Magic Apparel.
Black-owned businesses to support in Boston
Sarah Lukowski, Arts & Culture Editor • July 13, 2020

Boston residents are supporting Black-owned businesses to help fight racial injustice as protests and discussions about police brutality –...

Dr. Yusef Salaam raises the pants that he was wearing when he was arrested.
Exonerated Five member speaks out about failing justice system at Suffolk BSU and CSN event
Dani Webber, News Editor • November 25, 2020

Dr. Yusef Salaam, who was wrongfully convicted during the Central Park Five case, spoke to the Suffolk community over a webinar on Nov. 23 about...

#IAMNOTAVIRUS works to foster inclusivity, support Asian American community
#IAMNOTAVIRUS works to foster inclusivity, support Asian American community
Olivia Acevedo, World News Editor • November 24, 2020

Suffolk’s Asian American Association (AAA) is looking to help those who have faced microaggressions and other forms of racism by working with...

Protestors at a racial justice protest in Boston on May 31, 2020.
CSDI event informs student protesters of their rights
JD Conte, Sports Editor • October 27, 2020

Students looking to know their rights as protesters attended a Zoom workshop by Suffolk University's Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion...

Black voters continue to be suppressed, says Suffolk students at voting event
Black voters continue to be suppressed, says Suffolk students at voting event
Katelyn Norwood, News Editor • October 14, 2020

Suffolk student organizations discussed the continuous oppression of Black voters, and how to vote, over a Zoom event titled “Empowered to...

Protesters march through the streets of Boston.
Opinion: Even amidst a pandemic, racial justice protests should not stop
Leo Woods, Journal Contributor • October 6, 2020

Boston, listed as the fifth most liberal city in the country, according to Forbes, has unsurprisingly been the host of dozens of Black Lives...

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