The Black House, according to the BSA's Instagram page, should have all the "features of a residential college" but be "specifically made for Black students and Black organizations to congregate and hold events. ... It would be best to have a central, safe space that Black students can meet and hangout in anytime of the day." It was not clear how this description would square with the Facebook post calling for a "non-residential" Black House; similar "affinity"-branded cultural centers at other universities do not generally have the same "features" as residential colleges. … [Read more...] about Rice University student group demands ‘Black House,’ better ID photos, statue removal
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There were speakers at the march. The route started at Polk and Sutter, near to one of the biggest gay business of that time, the Town Squire, known as the Squire. We walked down Polk Street, and as the street got un-gayer and un-gayer, I thought there would be catcalls, but people waved. We walked all the way to North Beach, and had a picnic at Aquatic Park. Everyone smoked marijuana. The next day, in Golden Gate Park, there were a lot of drugs being done. I believe I took a small dose of LSD for that one. … [Read more...] about They Marched in America’s First Prides in 1970. They’re Still Out, Loud, and Proud.
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Much of Texas began mandating face coverings Friday on the orders of Gov. Greg Abbott. The mask order carries a $250 fine. The order is the most dramatic about-face that Abbott has made as he retreats from what stood out as one of America’s swiftest reopenings. … [Read more...] about The Latest: Pope praises UN efforts for worldwide cease-fire
While the committee initially recommended a number of reforms, the names were left on the buildings. In the aftermath of George Floyd’s death on May 25, as well as in the wake of nationwide protests against police brutality that followed, Princeton’s trustees agreed to revisit the matter. … [Read more...] about Princeton drops Woodrow Wilson’s name from school due to ‘racist thinking’