College Activists Aren’t Backing Down
The Chronicle of Higher Education
This summer, protests broke out across the country and even the globe over the killing of George Floyd by police officers in Minneapolis.
As the fall approaches, student protesters are contemplating how to bring that activist energy to campus. Compounding the challenge is, of course, the uncertainty of the COVID-19-era college, where much learning is remote and where large gatherings present a new kind of risk.
In this interview, students from across the political spectrum discuss campus politics in a pandemic.