Leaders of the USC Black Student Assembly walk into the Tutor Campus Center, a central hub of student activity that the group silently occupied as part of their protest to honor Martin Luther King, Jr.'s March on Washington.
Black Student Assembly leader Amaka Agobi explains the purpose of the protest to student bystanders in the Tutor Campus Center.
A professor raises his fist in solidarity as he watches the students silently march past.
A student balances a sign on his shoulder as he waits in the 85 degree heat for the speaking to start.
"You are perfect and black is beautiful," says MC, a member of the Black Student Assembly, as he delivers a spoken word poem inspired by Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have A Dream" speech.