Middlebury College’s student government unanimously passed a resolution calling on the administration to fly a Black Lives Matter flag on campus for the remainder of the year and publicly endorse the movement.
A copy of the resolution, which was obtained by Campus Reform, demands that the “primarily white institution” raise a Black Lives Matter flag on campus and fly one of the movement’s banners at the school’s main chapel for the remainder of the year.
“Middlebury is a primarily white institution and being a Black student in the community can often be exemplified as exhausting in the constant effort to prove one’s self on this campus, and as discomforting and unsafe both socially and academically on this campus,” the resolution contends.
The document, which is co-signed by representatives of the Black Student Union, then goes on to recommend that…
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