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About 100 marchers approach Twamley Hall as they walked from the American Indian Student Service Center on the University of North Dakota campus Friday morning, to protest racially insensitive behavior. UND President Robert Kelley and several Indian students and protesters spoke at the rally that followed. John Stennes / Forum News Service

UND community takes action against racism : After racially insensitive T-shirt incident during Springfest, UND community marches in protest


GRAND FORKS — University of North Dakota administrators were among about 100 people marching through campus Friday to protest a recent racially insensitive event, but that didn’t prevent them from being called out.

Emmy Scott, former president of the Indian Studies Association, a student group, said administrators were using the march as a publicity stunt and released a list of demands she and other students want the university to meet by December.

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