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DepartmentBooke and Carol Peirce Fellowship
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Black students at Goucher College organized a Blackout protest in the fall of 2018 in response to a hate crime on campus. The Blackout demanded that Goucher’s administration address this crime with urgency, something the students felt was lacking in response to past hate crimes. This collection of oral histories allows Black students at Goucher who were involved in the protest a space where they can memorialize their thoughts on the Blackout and the hate crime that sparked it.