Situations like this have nothing to do with the name. This is about power, plain and simple.

Campus Reform reports.

U. of Oregon may rename two buildings over racial concerns

Two buildings named for allegedly racist men at the University of Oregon will likely be renamed after a Black Lives Matter-affiliated student group presented administrators with a list of demands.

Earlier this year, university administrators commissioned a team of historians to look into the allegations and have released a report on their findings, The Daily Caller reports. Deady Hall and Dunn Hall, named for Matthew Deady and Frederick Dunn respectively, both of which are located on the university’s flagship Eugene campus, are under scrutiny following a 2015 Black Lives Matter protest.

Last November, the UO Black Student Task Force emailed a list of twelve demands to four top university administrators. In its email, the group claimed that “the historical structural violence and direct incidents of cultural insensitivity and racism” on campus create an environment that prevents black students from succeeding.

The renaming of Deady Hall and other KKK-affiliated buildings is the first step in creating “a healthy and positive campus climate” for black American students, according to the task force.

In addition to “consistently scheduled meetings to check on the status and implementation of [its] demands,” the Task Force also called for funding for a black cultural center, the hiring of an African-American student retention specialist, the creation of a blacks-only scholarship, and a required ethnic studies 101 course for all students.

Other than renaming Deady and Dunn Halls, the university has declined to respond to any more of the Task Force’s demands so far.

On August 9, President Michael Schill released the results of the commissioned report detailing the historical backgrounds of Deady and Dunn. Three local historians worked on the project, according to The Register-Guard.