Photos: Black Student Union, supporters ‘take a knee’

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Photos: Black Student Union, supporters ‘take a knee’

About 50 Fort Lewis College students and faculty took part in the “Why we take a knee” rally on Friday afternoon at Clock Tower on campus. The “knee-in” was sponsored by the college’s Black Student Union and was held to discuss “the real reasons we take a knee. We will not stand for the injustices in our society including school pushout, police brutality, and sexual predators.”
About 50 Fort Lewis College students and faculty took part in the “Why we take a knee” rally on Friday afternoon at Clock Tower on campus. The “knee-in” was sponsored by the college’s Black Student Union and was held to discuss “the real reasons we take a knee. We will not stand for the injustices in our society including school pushout, police brutality, and sexual predators.”
Kaidee Akullo, president of the Fort Lewis College Black Student Union, speaks during the “Why we take a knee” rally on Friday afternoon at Clock Tower on campus. “We want to raise awareness to issues of school push-out, police brutality and sexual predators that are still happening and are still important,” Akullo said.

Photos: Black Student Union, supporters ‘take a knee’

About 50 Fort Lewis College students and faculty took part in the “Why we take a knee” rally on Friday afternoon at Clock Tower on campus. The “knee-in” was sponsored by the college’s Black Student Union and was held to discuss “the real reasons we take a knee. We will not stand for the injustices in our society including school pushout, police brutality, and sexual predators.”
About 50 Fort Lewis College students and faculty took part in the “Why we take a knee” rally on Friday afternoon at Clock Tower on campus. The “knee-in” was sponsored by the college’s Black Student Union and was held to discuss “the real reasons we take a knee. We will not stand for the injustices in our society including school pushout, police brutality, and sexual predators.”
Kaidee Akullo, president of the Fort Lewis College Black Student Union, speaks during the “Why we take a knee” rally on Friday afternoon at Clock Tower on campus. “We want to raise awareness to issues of school push-out, police brutality and sexual predators that are still happening and are still important,” Akullo said.
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