Temple’s Black Student Union organized a group to rally in response to the Eric Garner and Michael Brown decisions.
Members of People Utilizing Real Power and other activist and faith groups protested a Missouri grand jury's decision not to indict a police officer who shot an unarmed teenager.
The university's plans to build fields and a trade school on the property were delayed with an injunction filed by a coalition of community members.
The university additionally pledged financial and educational support for the future mixed-income housing complex
Alessio Lerro, an Italian professor, was criticized by conservative media outlets for questioning the death toll in the Holocaust.
An influx of students in recent years has pushed community relations to the brink.
Protestors argue gentrification threatens Black Panther HQ.
Schools will draw students from community, citywide selection.
After bureaucratic shift, the Women’s Christian Alliance is forced to restructure funding.