Students have wanted this requirement as a means of promoting a campus-wide conversation on inclusivity for decades.
The commission was created in hopes of solving racial issues in Missouri.
The post has since been removed and the Columbia Police Officer’s Association said it was misinterpreted.
Following recent efforts to improve campus race relations, one protester said McCulloch’s visit “destroyed all of that.”
Since 2010, CPD has received $349,617 from federal equitable sharing funds.
The recent report released by the Justice Department revealed a sickening pattern of racism in Ferguson’s police force.
Students requested administration to create an “intergroup dialogue course” and reevaluate the way it recruits underrepresented students.
Nixon intended the Office of Community Engagement to work with Missouri communities on critical issues.
Three Muslim students were shot in Chapel Hill, North Carolina this week.
Faculty Council committee was established at Jan. 22 meeting to address race-related issues at MU.
A new committee will be dedicated to addressing race relations on campus.
Issues like cultural competency remain an important topic, but council members believe mandatory cultural competency courses are unrealistic.
On social media, the event was referred to as “Our Stop Day.”
Wells said investigating students’ social media posts is “not what the Honor Code requires.”
We should always be paying attention to our campus’ passionate advocates and taking advantage of campus resources.
The event began at noon and lasted for about an hour and a half.
“I characterized this as a listening session. It was not my intent to respond or speak. I will continue listening and gathering input. We will craft responses as appropriate as we go forward,” he said in a statement.
The “Ferguson Listening Session” on Monday highlighted an urgency to discuss solutions to racial issues on campus.
“We have to forgive each other,” Reverend Dr. Clanton C.W. Dawson Jr. said.
Another event hosted by MU4MikeBrown will be held at noon on Dec. 2 at the Student Center.