On Friday Oct. 30, students gathered to march around campus for social justice. Throughout the march, there were students and faculty that gave speeches with different messages to the participants. Assistant professor Annalise DeVries spoke about what it means to be an ally, student Justin Hayes, Samford Ransom President Nelson Jordan and officers of the Athletics Council for Equality, Morayo Bhadmos, Armond Lloyd and Joshua Long, spoke about what it means to be a black person today. At the end of the march, professor and Director of Diversity Enrichment and Relations Cameron Thomas preached to participants about coming together as brothers and sisters of Christ, and that everyone gathered that day were there because of Jesus Christ. Many students and faculty, including SGA President Hope Dawson and Samford University President Andrew Westmoreland were in attendance.