Minority Students Band Together To Prove There's Power In Protest

Students across the country are taking a stand against racism.

Recent instances of nationwide campus racism have made headlines due to public outrage and protest such as the Mizzou Hunger Strike, Berkeley High Walkout and the assault at Spring Valley High.

With the help of social media at their fingertips, students have gained an expansive audience to voice what really goes on behind the scenes with minorities attending schools in the U.S.

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A social movement is on the rise to shine a spotlight on the systemic racism that has gotten swept under the rug for far too long and students are seeing the results of their efforts, proving that there is power in protest.