The critical issues include increasing Black faculty, ending the "militarization" of University Police and creating more spaces for Black students.
“When you're joyful, there's not there's not much that can sway you away from that feeling."
The group includes student leaders from 34 organizations that represent Black students.
The announcement came on his first day on the job.
OUR VIEW: This editorial board stands with the black community and with those protesting systemic racism.
It was the second time Georgina Dodge visited the center in four days.
Treating employees of color poorly discourages students of color from enrolling.