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MLK Jr. Day/Idaho Human Rights Day

In 1990, Idaho became the 47th state to recognize Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Until state legislation passed, Boise State also did not recognize the holiday. The year before, Black Student Union President Eric Love organized a march to the … (Read More) MLK Jr. Day/Idaho Human Rights Day

World Student Service Corps

1988-1991 World Student Service Corps promoted and recruited volunteers for WSSC’s annual overseas service project as well as service oriented projects within the community and state. They also provide a network and social environment for students to help solve problems … (Read More) World Student Service Corps

Campus Greens

1991-1996 The purpose of the Campus Greens was to better understand and promote the following key Green Values. The Campus Greens held ten key values as the basis for organization and action: Social Justice, Ecological Wisdom, Nonviolence, Grassroots Democracy, Decentralization, … (Read More) Campus Greens

Amnesty International

1988-1997 Amnesty International worked to support the release of men, women, and children imprisoned for their beliefs, color, sex, ethnic origin, language, or religion, provided that those imprisoned had neither used nor advocated violence. They emphasized fair and prompt trials … (Read More) Amnesty International