From the College Fix:
The protest’s focus was the “inherent injustices embedded in America’s political and cultural institutions,” maintained by “white supremacy.”
“One of the gifts of Black Lives Matter nationally has been to revive our awareness of structures of oppression in our society,” said Cornell graduate Enongo Lumumba-Kasongo, a local Black Lives Matter organizer.
“We must also understand our personal relationships to those structures and recognize that those structures affect different people differently. We are all oppressed under white supremacy.”