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11/3/21, Black Enterprise, FORMER RESIDENTS OF BLACK GEORGIA NEIGHBORHOOD SEEK REDRESS FROM UGA FOR LAND TAKEN THROUGH EMINENT DOMAIN

The former residents of a Linnentown, a Black neighborhood near the University of Georgia, whose land was taken through eminent domain, want compensation from the school. Union members at Georgia Campuses have been fighting for this redress, as the seizure is one in a long line of the BOR's immoral business practices. 

11/3/21, CBS, Howard University says student protests over housing have caused layoffs

Since student protests began at Howard University over the unlivable dorm housing conditions on campus, the university has claimed that employees have been laid off due to the protest. The protests have been going on for nearly two weeks as students camp outside the Blackburn University Center at the heart of the campus.

Students in Atlanta are looking to their local and federal leaders to make good on promises to provide funding for Historically Black Colleges and Universities-- and they're ready to protest for their rights.