This University Proudly Flies Black Lives Matter Flag

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Illinois State University celebrated the Black Lives Matter movement by flying its official flag on campus throughout the day Monday.

The school’s Black Student Union student group held a flag-raising ceremony attended by several administrators, including the school’s president.

After the event, Vice President for Student Affairs Levester Johnson tweeted a message of support along with a photo.

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Illinois State University celebrated the Black Lives Matter movement by flying its official flag on campus throughout the day Monday.

“Proud of our students and community,” one school administrator, Vice President for Student Affairs Levester Johnson, tweeted with an image of students gathered around a flagpole flying the Black Lives Matter flag.

The Black Student Union’s twitter feed was filled with supporters of the movement tweeting pictures of the flag, where some called it one of the school’s “biggest accomplishments

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