In wake of the events at Mizzou, thousands of Black professors and students shared their experiences of being marginalized.
Black Students and black alum, tell us your experiences as a marginalized student. Hashtag #BlackOnCampus
— ConcernedStudent1950 (@CS_1950) November 11, 2015
#BlackOnCampus Telling the administration about racism, and them telling YOU to solve it. Like you work there. Like you aint a student.
— Knat Turner (@progressagent) November 11, 2015
having to act like shit doesn't happen because you don't want to be seen as that black student always "pulling the race card" #BlackOnCampus
— Tune (@novxvi) November 11, 2015
Having a campus psychiatrist disregard everything you've told her and tell you you're depressed because you're black. #blackoncampus
— Iesha Brown (@LocsandLavender) November 11, 2015
When I'm represented in every promotional brochure, but not in any syllabi, curriculums, faculties, boards of trustees… #BlackOnCampus
— Omolade Alawode, MSc (@_malawode) November 11, 2015
Sitting in a Con Law, talking about Affirmative Action & the white students implying that's the only reason you got in #blackoncampus
— Tired-of-this Molly (@minimerc4) November 11, 2015
Being told by your English teacher that you're smart for a black girl #BlackOnCampus
— #IVotedJosh (@birdiehumour) November 11, 2015
On the teaching side, being #BlackOnCampus means sometimes being the only black faculty in a dept. Or your students 1st black teacher, ever.
— Never Catch Me (@BernardHayman) November 11, 2015
Being the only black student in at least half of my classes every semester. #BlackOnCampus
— Aaliyah Mitchell✌ (@Aaleeleee) November 11, 2015
Not being able to voice my concerns without being called an angry black woman #BlackOnCampus
— bret. (@_BretNicole) November 11, 2015