The student body presidents of the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the U.S. have issued a joint statement against racial injustice. Mallory Barnes-Ohlson, president of Student Government of Seattle University, joined other student leaders in signing the statement on March 28.
In part, the statement reads: "We, as a collective of Jesuit colleges and universities, have a duty to humanity. Our Jesuit education encourages individuals to think critically, reflect deeply on the realities of injustice, and fight tirelessly for a just world."
The full statement can be found here.