University of Oklahoma Police remove anti-Black Lives Matter protesters on campus

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NORMAN, Okla. – Hundreds of students gathered on the campus of OU Wednesday afternoon, after anti-Black Lives Matter protesters showed up.


Some students were told by others to not engage with protesters or their demonstrations.

“Our campus, and our campus diversity is our strength. And it’s going to stay our strength,” said OU President David Boren. “We on this campus are not going to be disrupted, and we are not going to be swayed away from our course of being one group of people who love each other, respect each other and respect the integrity to each of us has as human beings.”


Boren told protesters to get off campus and move to the sidewalk.

OU faculty and police stepped in, where the protesters were taken by police.

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