Some students fear post-grad consequences of protesting

Protesters march west on West Woodruff Avenue past Scott House, led by a University Police vehicle. Credit: Maeve Walsh | John Oller Special Projects Editor As students partake in nationwide protests against police and racial violence, they might not consider the effect their participation has on future employment.  Brian Guerrero, senior director of the Center for Career and Professional Success...

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Protesting corporations does have an impact — here’s how!

By Rebecca Adamson[1] This article is reposted with permission from Women’s Media Center[2]. Jane Fonda’s final Washington, D.C. Fire Drill Friday[3] was a huge success, with a crowd that grew from the first gathering of about 40 people to several hundred activists, citizens, youth, elders, families, celebrities, and community leaders from all over the country protesting the lack of action on climate...

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Photos: Eugene group leads Sunday protest calling for defunding, disarming police

Dana Sparks  |  dsparks@registerguard.com Eugene Protests, a collective of black and indigenous voices for social change and police accountability, led a protest calling for the disarming and defunding of police at the Wayne Morse Free Speech Plaza on Sunday afternoon. After some speeches, the group of more than a thousand marched to the University of Oregon campus, where it assembled...

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Companies like Netflix, McDonald’s, and Target are speaking out amid the George Floyd protests — and some are actually taking action

Protests are spreading through the US after the death of George Floyd, a Black man who died after a white police officer knelt on his neck for over 8 minutes. Many companies are weighing in on the protests, but not all of them have announced specific actions, donations, or internal changes. Read more to see how companies and their leaders...

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