About a dozen members of a campus feminist group gathered outside of Willis Library at the University of North Texas on Thursday morning. They held signs reading: “Black women matter” and “No justice. No peace. No racist police.”
The Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance, a student-led group, was regularly drowned out by a bigger and louder Mean Green basketball pep rally about a hundred yards away, but the students doggedly told the stories of black women and girls killed by police.
Each story ended with the speaker declaring: “We remember your name. We remember your story.”
Christy Medrano, a senior in...