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The Suffolk Journal

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 (CSDI) last week. Hosted in coalition with the National...

Protests revived over regime in Egypt

Protests revived over regime in Egypt

February 13, 2013

Gherardo Astaldi  Journal Staff Once again Egyptians are out in the streets. Two years after Mubarak’s Egyptian regime collapse and glimpses of a democratic government were underway, current President...

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Suffolk students respond to Occupy Boston

Angela Bray October 11, 2011

Angela Bray and Jeff Fish, Journal Staff Suffolk students seemed generally supportive of the Occupy Boston movement, even as the group met opposition from the Boston Police for the first time early...

Occupy Boston protests spread through city

Occupy Boston protests spread through city

October 5, 2011

Matthew Bacon, Journal Staff Despite attracting minimal media attention, the Occupy Wall Street protest is growing around the country in cities like Los Angeles, Chicago and Boston. The protests are...

Establishing a democracy

Establishing a democracy

Louis Dapilma February 9, 2011

Following on the heels of the so called “Jasmine Revolution” in regional neighbor Tunisia, Egyptian youths have taken to the streets to protest the regime of their current president, Hosni Mubarak,...

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