Advocates for a formalized Ethnic Studies program at Harvard rallied in front of Widener Library in early December after the University’s decision to deny tenure to Romance Languages and Literatures associate professor Lorgia García Peña.
During the HGSU-UAW Strike in December 2019, many strikers and activists held signs and recited chants regarding the use of the University’s 40 billion dollar endowment, as seen on the sign in the center.
Students hold an Ethnic Studies sign outside Widener Library during a rally on Friday.
Picketers marched around the yard, passing academic buildings including Sever Hall.
Advocates for a formalized Ethnic Studies program at Harvard rallied in front of Widener Library.
Students protested in front of Widener Library calling on Harvard to increase the number of Ethnic Studies faculty and to formalize the academic program.
Members of Harvard Graduate Students Union-United Automobile Workers marched past the John Harvard statue bearing buckets and UAW signs.
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