The event, which created a space for Black communities at this university to come together, included food, raffle prizes and music.
Nottingham's campaign also focuses on the lack of downtown employment center and making roads, like Route 210, safer.
Through building changes, the center has remained a community and cultural nucleus.
The protest was designed to raise awareness of the university’s own pitfalls with addressing racism.
Thousands have signed on, joining the call begun by a doctoral student.
Aaron "Rin" McGrew worked at the cultural center for 15 years.
Tuesday's town hall was meant to foster a “cathartic and therapeutic medium.”
OUR VIEW: This editorial board stands with the black community and with those protesting systemic racism.
"Zoombombers" have harassed meeting participants across the country.
Diversity VP Georgina Dodge promised last semester to create an advisory board for the center, but hasn't yet.