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Why black football players at the University of Missouri are going on strike
What happened at the University of Missouri
The calls for the University of Missouri's president, Tim Wolfe, to resign are mostly about how he's handled incidents of reported racism at the university ...
We are no longer taking it. It's time to fight. #ConcernedStudent1950 #MizzouHungerStrike
I think asking him to quit is going too far
As is always the case it's about the calls of their parents too...
I hope they stick to their guns. There is strength in numbers. More should be striking with them.
U went to the MMM/reunion for this? lol
Really Kemetstry, really? And you received an "Agree" to this statement, whose side are y'all on? Meanwhile, not only has Wolfe resigned, but the top is where the buck starts and stops ...
Missouri protest is a sign of players' involvement as students, and that's good
The University of Missouri canceled all football activities on Sunday, hours after coach Gary Pinkel tweeted out support of his players, who are refusing to practice or play until school president Tim Wolfe is "no longer in office" ...
Missouri player strike could cost Tigers $1 million to BYU
The threat of a cancellation to this week’s game between Missouri and BYU became a bit more realistic Sunday afternoon following a released statement from University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe ...
Mizzou president faces pressure to resign amid racial tension
Dozens of University of Missouri football players are refusing to take the field, and faculty and grad students plan to walk out of classrooms in protests Monday morning. They want the school's president, Tim Wolfe, to resign, saying Wolfe is ignoring a climate of hate against black students. Adriana Diaz reports from Columbia, Missouri ...
They didn't bring this up at the march. lol
It's moot now. The faculty threatened to walk out too. So he resigned
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