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2018-2019 Academic Year
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Minneapolis is burning. My home is burning. This country is burning, and the embers won’t go out until substantial changes are made. This rage isn’t new. These issues aren’t new. This is the inequity that Minnesota is built on, and the abuse of black bodies our country is built on.
Update 4/30/20 12:59 p.m.: LMU released a statement on Tuesday after this article was published that campuses for in-person instruction are planning to re-open safely, under multiple scenarios and with consideration for social distancing and public safety. The article has been updated to ref…