( CNN) The student tenancy to governments construct at Howard University in Washington , D.C. was in its seventh date on Wednesday, with demonstrators drawing inspiration from the historically black college’s biography of objection in their sit-in over embezzled financial aid stores.
“We have officially contacted our 7th daytime residing A House! ” HU Resist tweeted. “Because of our partisans and student members we are able to continue to fight. Nothing will stop us from involving the change we deserve! “
The university board agreed to the first of nine students expect — “adequate housing for all students under the age of 21 and extend the precipitate 2018 house deposit deadline to May 1, ” according to Alexis McKenney, a Howard student and lead organizer of HU Resist.