"We expect our relationship with the administration to be much easier; to establish a much more democratic process to determine our work conditions."
The occupation is one of several national protests currently being led by African-American-led organizations.
The two hour march was conducted by delegates to the first national People's Convention of the Center for Popular Democracy.
The event brought four bands and five speakers together for the event which drew a diverse crowd of nearly 100.
The civil rights activist, lawyer, and theologian, and an acknowledged lesbian, will soon lend her name to one of two new residential colleges.
In 1950, Harry Hay, longtime Communist and union activist, founded the Mattachine Society, one of America's first LGBTQ rights organizations.
A young African American political activist is trembling today at the thought of having to face as many as four years in prison.
In the Sunshine State, left activists faced up to their options in the 2016 elections.
"You are not born with it, you are taught racism; let's look for a cure to racism just as we seek cures to other diseases."
"What the campaign hopes to accomplish is voter outreach with Latinos because of the influx due to the Puerto Rican financial crisis: Folks are literally fleeing to the mainland."