Members of the black student protest group, Concerned Student 1950, in November raised their arms while addressing a crowd after the announcement University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe resigned, at the University of Missouri in Columbia. The campus has been the scene of several incidents of racial and anti-Semitic incidents.
Members of the black student protest group, Concerned Student 1950, in November raised their arms while addressing a crowd after the announcement University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe resigned, at the University of Missouri in Columbia. The campus has been the scene of several incidents of racial and anti-Semitic incidents. Jeff Roberson The Associated Press
Members of the black student protest group, Concerned Student 1950, in November raised their arms while addressing a crowd after the announcement University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe resigned, at the University of Missouri in Columbia. The campus has been the scene of several incidents of racial and anti-Semitic incidents. Jeff Roberson The Associated Press

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