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<p>Lyman Briggs and human biology senior Chantelle Washington, left, leads the march with other protesters Dec. 7, 2014, during a die-in protest at the MSU Library. "It is sad that we have to be lying dead in the streets to be relevant," Washington said. The group of students blocked the entrances and walk ways in the library and marched afterwards in protest of police violence against black people while other MSU students were present to study for finals week. Raymond Williams/The State News</p>

Lyman Briggs and human biology senior Chantelle Washington, left, leads the march with other protesters Dec. 7, 2014, during a die-in protest at the MSU Library. "It is sad that we have to be lying dead in the streets to be relevant," Washington said. The group of students blocked the entrances and walk ways in the library and marched afterwards in protest of police violence against black people while other MSU students were present to study for finals week. Raymond Williams/The State News