Towson Professors, Students ‘Mobilize Against Trump’ with Walkout (Video)



By Amber Athey and Cabot Phillips, Campus Reform Reporters

An anti-Trump walk-out at Towson University grew aggressive Monday, with students and professors denouncing white people, Trump supporters, and Republicans.

Students and faculty members took leave of their classrooms, offices, and dormitories to meet in Freedom Square, where protesters gathered in a circle and engaged in a diatribe against President-Elect Trump and his supporters.

The protest was organized by the Social Justice Collective, a faculty-led social justice organization, which called for “faculty, staff, and students to come together to stand against Trump’s hatred, racism, bigotry, homophobia, Islamophobia, and misogyny” in a message circulated on social media.