‘Eagle-Eyed’: Student and Administrator Efforts Following the ‘Silence Is Still Violence’ March

Silence Is Still Violence March
Akosua Achampong and Thomas Mogan at the 'Silence Is Still Violence March.' | Julia Hopkins / Heights Editor

On this episode…

  • In the third week of October, Boston College students hosted several events in response to incidents of racism on campus. Hear from Akosua Achampong, the president of UGBC and the host of the march, and Dean of Students Thomas Mogan, who is a primary link for students to work with the administration, on the steps they’re taking to make a lasting difference.

Some additional background reading and listening…

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