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Black Enrollment Falls at Mizzou Following Anti-Racism Protests

The impact of the 2015 campus racism and subsequent inaction of the administration is still being felt at University of Missouri.

WATCH: 'Concerned Student 1950' is a New Doc From Mizzou Students About Being #BlackOnCampus

“Concerned Student 1950” takes its name from the student activist group whose protests eventually unseated University of Missouri president Tim Wolfe. 

Spike Lee Filming Mini-Doc About Mizzou Student Protests

The short will debut as part of the Tribeca Film Festival’s sports programming.

POLL: Nation Split on How Universities Should Address Racism

After a season of student protests, Americans split along racial and political lines regarding the best remedy.

ICYMI: Missouri Rep Introduces Bill to Revoke Scholarships of Protesting Student Athletes

The bill comes just one month after the Mizzou football team went on strike to force the university president to resign.

Black Administrator Named Interim President at Mizzou, Black Culture Center Sign Defaced

Michael A. Middleton is a two-time alum and served as the school’s deputy chancellor for nearly two decades.

Ithaca College Students and Faculty Stage Walk Out, Call for President’s Resignation

Students around the country are forcing administrators to address the racial inequality they face on campus.

More Mizzou Racism. This Time, Violent Threats

Read one post on an anonymous message app: “I’m going to stand my ground tomorrow and shoot every black person I see.” 

BREAKING: Mizzou President Tim Wolfe Resigns Amid Campus Racism Controversy

It took a hunger strike and a football team on the sidelines, but the University of Missouri president has resigned.