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Across Black America week of May 11, 2017

California Students protesting what they believe is a “hostile climate” toward Blacks at the University of California Santa Cruz were locked inside an administrative building for three days until they scored a sweeping victory on May 4, reports KSBW 8 News. Members of the university’s African/Black Student Alliance organization took over Kerr Hall on May 2, locked all of the doors, covered the windows with slogan-filled posters and vowed to not leave until their demands were met.