The Robert E. Lee Statue Removal Act would require a plan for the statue’s removal within 90 days of the legislation’s enactment.
If passed, the act would provide two years of community college for free and an affordable pathway for low-income students to a four-year college degree.
A manager from the Do Good Institute and CIVICUS students have organized fundraisers and a supply drive.
The education secretary said Thursday she intends to revoke the Obama administration’s guidelines for Title IX.
The former Maryland governor is currently a lecturer at the University of Maryland.
Ten thousand DACA recipients work or go to school in Maryland, and as of fall 2016, 113 students attended this university under DACA.
Student Government Association President A.J. Pruitt said he wants to propose initiatives including cultural competency training for all student group leaders.
Another statue of Taney in Baltimore was removed just days earlier.
The statues’ removal comes just days after a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, that left one woman dead and several injured.
Twenty-seven people, including Maryland gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous, were arrested Tuesday afternoon in front of the White House at a rally in support of DACA.