s at JSU marched from the bookstore across campus, and stood for four minutes in silence. NAACP President for JSU, Henry Goss, says some students laid on the ground symbolizing the death of Michael Brown.
We got tape to put over our mouths because we wanted the world to see that we want our voices heard," said Goss. "Although our mouths may be duck taped you will hear our voices. That is why we have on our shirts. It says I am black excellence with the hashtag black lives matter, because we want to emphasize our lives matter."
Monday's protest was lead by the JSU NAACP.?Copyright 2014 MSNewsNow. All rights reserved.
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