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Tuesday Rundown: Unity Summit, MLK day reframed by political climate, IUBB wins against Northwestern, CNN host W. Kamau Bell gives talk about racism

Students honor MLK through march and Unity Summit

Selected pieces in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. were performed by IU's African American Choral Ensemble, directed by Raymond Wise.   Alex Deryn

Those who attended the Unity Summit on Monday at the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center participated in an activity which used the different parts of trail mix to highlight various aspects of privilege and oppression. Read more here. 


Campus, city leaders say MLK day is reframed by current political climate

sCity and campus leaders shared their thoughts with the IDS about what Martin Luther King Jr. Day, in light of the current political climate, means for the IU and Bloomington communities. Read more here. 


Big second half leads IU to win over Northwestern

Senior guard Robert Johnson takes a shot against Northwestern on Sunday evening in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. IU defeated Northwestern, 66-46, to move to 11-7 (4-2) on the season. Bobby Goddin

Basketball reporter Jake Thomer breaks down the win and what it means for the Hoosiers as they look to take on No. 4 Michigan State on Friday. Read more here.


CNN host W. Kamau Bell spoke on racism and change

CNN host W. Kamau Bell came to IU's campus to speak for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Photo courtesy of Keenan Rhodes

CNN host and comedian W. Kamau Bell spoke about racism, President Trump and change at IU during a talk on Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Read more here.

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