Students gather at KU to demand change

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Members of Rock Chalk Invisible Hawk gathered on the University of Kansas’ campus Wednesday to demand change.

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LAWRENCE, Kan. -- A group deemed Rock Chalk Invisible Hawks took to the sidewalks at the University of Kansas Wednesday to demand change.

More than 50 people were at the protest, according the The University Daily Kansan.

The Kansan reported that 10 members of Rock Chalk Invisible Hawk walked into Blake and Fraser halls around 11 a.m. to ask students to leave class and join the protest.

According to the report, the group also asked the dean of the School of Social Welfare, Paul Smokowski, to send an email that encouraged others to support  Rock Chalk Invisible Hawk, which it appears he did.

http://twitter.com/AKinkead/status/674650295159230464

List of demands
Rock Chalk Invisible Hawk posted this list of demands.

KU junior journalism major McKenna Harford posted the following videos to Twitter:

Other students also posted tweets about the protests:

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