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Black Lives Matter March at WC

Shaemour Young, Summer Zickefoose, Diana Ortiz, Journey Washington, Hope Wilson and Candace Okello.

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- This program was recorded on Oct. 29, prior to the election.  The panelists of students, faculty and staff from Westminster College discuss race and equality leading up to the Nov. 14 planned Black Lives Matter March on our campus.

That march has now been postponed.  Organizers are concerned with a spike in COVID-19 cases on campus and in Pennsylvania.  They are looking to reschedule during the spring semester.

Shaemour Young is the moderator with guest panelists Summer Zickefoose, Diana Ortiz, Journey Washington,Kailey Constible, Candace Okello and Logan Minch.

The Black Lives Matter March is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 14.  It begins at 12:30 p.m. at the Anderson Amphitheater.  All participants must wear masks and following social distancing protocols as well as follow other campus and state guidelines for preventing the spread of COVID-19.

This video program is a co-production of Westminster's Student Government Association, The Black Student Union, The Holcad, Titan Radio and WCN.

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Highly doubt everyone will be within 6 feet of each other. Have some respect for this pandemic and don’t parade until it’s over and safe to do so.

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