The USF Black Student Union (BSU) held its 5th Annual Black Cultural Dinner last Thursday evening.
The event is put on every year to comemmorate Black History Month, and this year, was dedicate dto making conversation about racial profiling.
Reverand Wanda Johnson, mother of Oscar Grant III, the 22-year-old male who was shot and killed by BART police in Oakland in 2009, spoke about the challenges of people of color in the Bay Area, the “Stop and Frisk” law, and the film “Fruitvale Station,” which tells Grant’s story.
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