(THE COLLEGE FIX) – Haverford College administrators recently caved to demands from student strikers after two weeks.
Student activists launched the strike the night of October 28, according to campus paper The Bi-College News. It came after the fatal shooting of Walter Wallace by Philadelphia police officers on October 26. Bodycam footage shows that Wallace had a knife and the police officers warned him 11 times to drop it.
The strike included a vow to not attend classes or show up for campus work assignments.
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