Ithaca Student President: Many Minority Students ‘Feel Unsafe Emotionally’

‘All of these scenarios, all of these words and all of these situations have students of color at Ithaca College very, very unsafe’

“These students are not overreacting. All of these scenarios, all of these words and all of these situations have students of color at Ithaca College very, very unsafe. They do not feel emotionally safe or physically safe in many scenarios on this campus. And I think that it is really important to foster a school and institution where students can feel safe and can feel that they're just as included as any other student.”

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