Jackson was on campus for a meeting with the Howard University Press. Wayne AI Frederick and to address students’ concerns about living conditions in their dormitories when students were injured, the Coalition’s report said.
When Jackson entered the building on campus, he fell down and hit his head. His staff took him to Howard University Hospital where he underwent various tests, including a CT scan. The results returned to normal. However, hospital officials decided to keep it. Rev. To watch Jackson through the night, “said Jackson, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau.
Monday’s incident was the latest in a series of health concerns for 80 – year – old Jackson.
Howard University students have been protesting since mid-October against claims of non-standard living conditions such as mold, rats and cockroaches in campus hostels.
Martin Luther King III, Rev. The eldest son of Martin Luther King Jr., and NAACP President Derrick Johnson were among those who praised the students for taking this action.
Frederick called on students to stop occupying the university center, saying it would interfere with students’ access to “activities and essential services” and create health and safety risks.
To ensure that all maintenance tickets are handled quickly, the university is working with housing partners, he said.
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