Ultimately, students need to understand that it’s okay to not be okay.
I want to believe that Harvard has outgrown the idea that belonging here requires that we look a certain way or come from a certain background. But then, I am forced to face reality.
So-called “balanced” information privileges powerful entities like the state and large corporations, entities that have enough power to influence and produce narratives, to inform and shape truth to match their agenda.
Is Harvard willing to prove that students of color truly matter, outside of brochures and palatable statistics?
We need to hold these firms accountable through policies that afford renters in Harvard Square more rights and protections.
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