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The right to peacefully protest is protected by the First Amendment. When choosing whether to participate in a protest, it's important to know your rights and responsibilities and evaluate the goals and risks of this type of action. Advanced preparation doesn't guarantee safety, but can help to reduce risks. There are multiple resources you can look to for safety precautions and tips.
In partnership with the BW Computer Science and Sustainability programs and BW Dining Services, Campus Plate is a program designed to reduce food waste and combat food insecurity on campus.
Deep-seated systemic racism and inequities are still woven into the fabric of our institutions today — from health care and education to our criminal legal system. The BW Civic LEAD Series is a powerful platform for the BW community to connect with both academic and personal perspectives from trusted campus voices across disciplines, elevating our public discourse around race and racism in America.
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Code For America Fellowship
Emerson National Hunger Fellows Program
HandsOn Northeast Ohio
Ohio Campus Compact Student Resource Center
Teach for America
Brain Center for Community Engagement
275 Eastland Rd.
Berea OH 44017