As protests continue across the world in order to fight racism and police brutality, LSU students gathered for Blackout Wednesday to speak out against the injustices they have seen or experienced on and off campus. The group promotes more diversity and seeks to bring an end to prejudices and racist murders that are still happening in the world.

When it comes to supporting the movement, BLC member and Blackout Wednesday organizer Codee Jones says, "Please understand black history to make any political decisions that are put in place." If someone wanted to show their support but was not able to make it to Blackout Wednesday, another BLC member and organizer, Cameryn Crier, says, "Whatever donation you want to make, whatever petition you want to sign, as long as it's for justice and equality, it will be appreciated."

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