Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium features speakers from Greater Boston area

Tufts‘ annual celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. was held on Monday afternoon in Breed Memorial Hall. This year, the event was organized as a symposium, and more than a dozen speakers and panelists discussed King’s legacy under the theme of “Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?” The symposium was sponsored by the Africana […]

Tufts community celebrates legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

Students and faculty remembered the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. in an event entitled “Moving the Movement Forward” held yesterday at Goddard Chapel. This year’s celebration surrounded five themes: faith and hope, equality, unity and collective action, justice as well as action. The event began with a spoken-word performance by senior Cameron Flowers, who urged for […]

Tufts students join Boston 4 Mile March

Dozens of Tufts students walked in the 4 Mile March through downtown Boston yesterday in continued protest of police violence and racial profiling against black Americans. The group met at the Mayer Campus Center and traveled together to the Old State House, the site of the 1770 Boston Massacre, where they joined the larger group of protestors. The protest began around […]