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Activist and co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, Alicia Garza, opened her talk Tuesday afternoon by recognizing the indigenous peoples’ lands that she stood upon and the indigenous communities that are on the front line fighting for the freedom and justice they deserve. It was a segue into a larger discussion about the liberation that the Black Lives Matter movement aims to bring to every community.
When anthropology professor Jan French heard Alicia Garza on the radio last spring talking about the Domestic Workers Alliance, she knew she needed Garza to speak at University of Richmond.
Erin Wheeler is dancing against the resistance of the water, with no ground beneath her, and yet she delicately breaches the surface of the pool and slides back in unnoticed. Her teammates surround her. Every kick, lift and turn of the head is smooth and in unison. They perform as one entity.
Registration is one of the most stressful days of the semester for many students. But for student-athletes, the stress lasts longer than one day.
With the Carolina Panthers taking on the Denver Broncos in this Sunday's Super Bowl, there is the question of where to view the big game. The university has a variety of places on campus that are great for viewing the game.
It’s an easy decision to call the police when someone is bleeding out in front of you, or after you witness a car crash. But what about when the couple next door is screaming at each other, or when you see someone completely wasted being dragged up a flight of stairs? At what point do you step in?