Students to peacefully protest in front of Park Library

Students are joining together to peacefully protest police brutality at 2 p.m. on Friday outside the Charles V. Park Library. 

"Since the recent murder of 18-year-old unarmed Michael Brown, protests have sparked internationally," according to fliers around campus. "This case has grabbed Amnesty International's attention, got Tibetan Monks to leave their temple to help peacefully protest and the handling of the situation has brought our government shame from other countries."

The group of students plans to support the protests in Ferguson, Mo. through a peaceful protest. The group said they are not against police, but they are against police brutality. 

"We must let our voices be heard and be aware of the injustice of those sworn to protect us," the fliers read. 


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