The history of activism on college campuses
Student activism on college campuses has been around for a long time.
In some instances, it has garnered national headlines.
From Vietnam to apartheid to the Israeli-Hamas War, students have made their voices heard.
From protests to cancel culture, we’ll look at the history of activism on college campuses and how to have more civil conversations.
- Laura Harrison, Professor, Dept. Counseling & Higher Education, Ohio University
- Demetri L. Morgan, Associate Professor of Higher Education, Loyola University of Chicago
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