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I want this done like by the end of the day Friday or no later than Monday. Announce that the home of the sit-ins recognizes her spirit for justice and liberation and that's what AGGIES DO!!! C'mon somebody...make the call and make that happen. I know some of yall are connected to the right people.
Speaking at today’s memorial service for George Floyd, the black man whose killing at the hands and under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer has provoked days of national protests and outrage, a university president challenged every college and university in America to establish a George Floyd Memorial Scholarship in memory of Mr. Floyd.
The challenge was made by Scott Hagan, President of North Central University, a small Christian university in downtown Minneapolis. North Central University hosted the memorial service for Mr. Floyd, attended by friends, family members, and invited guests. The eulogy was delivered by the Rev. Al Sharpton.
At the beginning of the service, Dr. Hagan, the president of the university, announced that his institution was establishing a George Floyd Memorial Scholarship and he urged every college in the United States to also create a similar scholarship.
"I am now challenging every university president in the United States to establish your own George Floyd Memorial Scholarship Fund,