Oxford campaign Lakes a point

March 2014
Eastern Eye;3/21/2014, Issue 1243, p5
The article reports on the move of ethnic minority students at Oxford University to campaign against racial bias by posting messages on the daily prejudices they encounter based on the inspiration from a photography campaign of black students at Harvard University.


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