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“By any means necessary”: DePaul Socialists remember Malcolm X

Malcolm X.  (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

April Lane, Assistant Online Editor

February 16, 2018

During the height of the Civil Rights Movement in the mid-50s, while Martin Luther King Jr. offered a message of justice by way of peace, Malcolm X led an alternative movement focused on combating racism by enforcing the values of black empowerment, liberation and achieving social justice “by any means ...

DePaul students’ Vincentian engagement of civil rights problems

People from DePaul joined the larger Chicago community to engage in a

Rachel Hinton

May 17, 2015

At 5 p.m. on Friday, amid workers commuting from the Loop, a “train takeover” protest disrupted the already bumpy flow of the train ride. Among the ranks of veteran protestors, DePaul students as part of the Vincentians United (VU) faction and other social justice and activist groups joined in. Read More »...

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