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A letter signed by 27 faculty members supporting President Judd's "defense of academic freedom, free speech, and mutual respect" went out late yesterday. Judd stood by Sam Abrams' "right to publish his work" after his op-ed got negative attention on campus this October.
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licks donuts and hates america Dec 15
Replying to @SLCPhoenix
Is she going to sign a letter defending women’s justice, LGBTQ+ rights, and Black Lives Matter on campus, which Sam directly attacked in this opinion piece? 🤔🤔🤔🤔
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Isaac Lichtenstein Dec 24
Did he directly attack those things? Or just suggest that other (non-contradictory) events could also exist on campus? Besides, she already affirmed as much in her email.
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Call Your Mother Mar 13
Replying to @SLCPhoenix
If possible, please post a typed list of the faculty members who signed off
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licks donuts and hates america 20h
Sam wrote that he was "disconcerted" by an event promoting "Black Lives Matter and justice for women as well as for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual and allied people," bemoaning that there were no events promoting an "ideological alternative"
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licks donuts and hates america 20h
What does Sam have in mind as an "ideological alternative" to such an event? Should the campus have programming advocating for police brutality against black people, or the suppression of women's and LGBTQ+ rights?
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