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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

April 19, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Commentary: Students should re-evaluate protest approach

We applaud the Ithaca College students who felt compelled to take to the streets of Ithaca recently to protest and to bring light to national issues of racial and social injustice.

Commentary: Native American Studies is essential for equality

By | Dec 9, 2014

Native American Studies is essential to understanding the violence of colonialism against black and brown people here in the United States.

An open letter to President Tom Rochon

While some institutions provide outreach to Native students, the retention rates are diminishing due to a lack of awareness and failure to implement programs that integrate Native students into a predominately white institution.

Protest organizers issue list of demands for Ithaca College

By | Dec 9, 2014

Those of us who have been organizing against structural inequality at Ithaca College believe that the status quo is not only untenable but unjust.

Ithaca College community joins national protests (links)

By | Dec 6, 2014

With more rallies planned, The Ithacan looks back at how the Ithaca College community responded to the issues surrounding the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.

VIDEO: Protesters confront Ithaca College President Tom Rochon

By | Dec 5, 2014

On Dec. 4, Ithaca College protestors marched to the Peggy Ryan Williams Center, where they confronted Ithaca College President Tom Rochon.

Ithaca protesters hold ‘die-in’ for Eric Garner

By | Dec 4, 2014

About 100 people from Ithaca participated in a ‘die-in’ on The Commons as a vigil for Eric Garner, who died in the chokehold of New York Police Department Officer Daniel Pantaleo.

IC participates in demonstration against structural violence

By , | Dec 4, 2014

Over 300 Ithaca College students took part in a die-in protest on Dec. 4 in response to the death of Eric Garner by chokehold on July 17.

IC students join national rally for racial justice

By | Dec 3, 2014

This week over 200 Ithaca College students withstood cold temperatures and gathered to demonstrate with students and others across the country and around the world, sharing their reflections and personal stories about how police brutality and violence affect them.