Nov 17, 2015 5:08 PM

UPDATE: Dartmouth says Black Lives Matter protests peaceful, no complaints of physical violence

HANOVER - Dartmouth College released a statement regarding the reports of an unruly 'Black Lives Matter' protest in the college's library.

READ: Reports: 'Black Lives Matter' protest erupts in violence at Dartmouth College library

Dartmouth stated after a peaceful meeting in support of the national Black Lives Matter protest, some protesters moved to the Baker-Berry library and launched their own political protest.

The college has said there are no complaints of physical violence and that officials will continue to investigate the reports.

The statement also read:

"Dartmouth is committed to the principles of free speech, public protest, and inclusivity and understands that these ideals may sometimes conflict with one another; however, the safety, well-being, and support of all Dartmouth students remain our highest priorities."

The Dartmouth College newspaper said that despite spewed profanities after the protest, the first protest was not violent.


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