Students demonstrate in support of Missouri protest

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Students demonstrate in support of Missouri protest

CSUN students stood in front of the library to show their support for the University of Missouri and their discontent with CSUN staff diversity at the CSUN Oviatt Lawnon on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015. (Raul Martinez / The Sundial)

CSUN students stood in front of the library to show their support for the University of Missouri and their discontent with CSUN staff diversity at the CSUN Oviatt Lawnon on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015. (Raul Martinez / The Sundial)

Raul Martinez

CSUN students stood in front of the library to show their support for the University of Missouri and their discontent with CSUN staff diversity at the CSUN Oviatt Lawnon on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015. (Raul Martinez / The Sundial)

Raul Martinez

Raul Martinez

CSUN students stood in front of the library to show their support for the University of Missouri and their discontent with CSUN staff diversity at the CSUN Oviatt Lawnon on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015. (Raul Martinez / The Sundial)

Raul Martinez

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CSUN students and clubs came together and held a march across campus to demonstrate and bring awareness to what they say are the struggles that African American and Hispanic students face on university campuses.

The demonstration comes two weeks after the University of Missouri took a stance on their campus to remove Timothy Michael Wolfe, the then president of the University of Missouri System.

The CSUN students will march to deliver a letter to CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. in front of University Hall, requesting a meeting to understand what the university and other CSUN department are working towards deconstructing and challenging institutionalized racism at CSUN.

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  • Students marched across the campus and eded up in front of the library to share their views aon the University of Missouri events at the Oviatt Lawn on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015. (Raul Martinez / The Sundial)

  • Hundreds of students gather around the Oviatt Lawn after marching across the CSUN campus showing their support for the events that happened at the University of Missouri on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015. (Raul Martinez / The Sundial)

  • Speakers stepped up to share their views as to the events that occurred at the University of Missouri at the CSUN Oviatt Lawn on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015. (Raul Martinez / The Sundial)

  • CSUN Students held a march across campus which ended up at the CSUN Oviatt Lawn to show the struggles of black and brown students face in university on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015. (Raul Martinez / The Sundial)

  • Students hold signs with messages to presdient Harris and show their discontent for the lack of diversity on campus at the Oviatt Lawn in CSUN on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015. (Raul Martienz / The Sundial)

  • CSUN students stood in front of the library to show their support for the University of Missouri and their discontent with CSUN staff diversity at the CSUN Oviatt Lawnon on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015. (Raul Martinez / The Sundial)

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