The student-led protest that became known as "I, Too, Am Harvard" in 2014 featured photos of students at Harvard holding signs that publicize the insults and attacks they've experienced.
The protest sparked similar campus protests around the nation. A study led by education policy expert Dominique Baker, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, analyzed the protests and found that a diverse student body doesn't ensure that minority students feel a university campus is inclusive. In fact, student-led protests like "I, Too, Am Harvard" tend to spring up at larger, exclusive, public universities, the study found. Read more at www.smuresearch.com, http://bit.ly/2ByLXsw.