The Crimson annotates an official timeline of the arrest of a black undergraduate April 13 that sparked allegations of police brutality and led to questions over who was contacted to come to the student's aid and why.
Faust has formed a “review committee” to determine the exact “sequence of events” leading to the forcible arrest of a black undergraduate April 13 and to undertake a “systematic examination” of a wide variety of Harvard policies.
Brown-Nagin is a Law School Professor, a Professor of History, the the co-director of the Program in Law and History, and the Faculty Director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice.
More than 200 Harvard students and affiliates, many with red duct tape over their mouths, protested in Harvard Yard Saturday to demand reform to University policies they say led to the forcible arrest of a black College student April 13.
In the wake of the forcible arrest of a black Harvard undergraduate Friday, hundreds of University affiliates came together across campus to discuss the incident, share frustrations, and plan a response.