From conversations with President Turner to discussions of George Floyd, Shara Jeyarajah is talking about every angle of racial justice at SMU.
The shock of George Floyd’s murder reverberated across the nation, unearthing long-ignored conversations about race and law enforcement. SMU was no exception.
To the brave and excellent members of the Association of Black Students (ABS) and the Black student population at large, we offer our continued and unwavering support.
Awkward, tense and uncomfortable. That is how D’Marquis Allen, president of SMU’s Association of Black Students, describes the initial meetings earlier this semester between the administration and student activists … Read More
#BlackLivesMatter co-founder Alicia Garza spoke with students at campus event for SMU’s Dream Week in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Classes are winding down and 2015 is drawing to a close. The holidays and New Year (and course evaluations) bring about time to reflect on what has happened this year and to look forward to what the coming year holds.
William “Bubba” Flint is a Dallas native and 2005 graduate of Southern Methodist University where he received his BFA at the Meadows School of the Arts. His other publications … Read More
A combination of students, faculty, Perkins administration and community members gather at Perkins Chapel to walk for equality.
#BlackatSMU continues to further discussion of race and diversity on campus since its first open forum Nov. 2. The movement has gained momentum and through its many organized events advocating for equal rights.
Students on the SMU campus came together Nov. 2 to discuss race relations and campus culture.