One black graduate student’s hunger strike at the University of Missouri last month has sparked a national movement to combat campus racism that won't back down without a fight.
From private schools to public institutions, students across the United States have joined the #ConcernedStudents1950 protests, which started at Mizzou. They're calling on college administrators to change current policies and address historical legacies that continue to create hostile learning environments for black students and others of color.
To date, students from 72 campuses have issued demands listing their grievances. Here are 10 of the most common points raised: