Substantively Respond to BLSA's Suggestions for a Less Hostile Campus Climate

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El Aemer
7 years ago
I represent P.A.G.O. LLC an organization that exist to end the Badges & Incidents of Slavery !

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Jeevan Rampersad
7 years ago
This issue is startling, but even more-- archaic. These student's deserve a substantive response from faculty outlining a plan moving forward. Being in law school is not the most comfortable of environments, but being in a hostile, intimidating one is completely unacceptable.

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Nicole Castro
8 years ago
POC need more representation in higher academia

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Terrence Way
8 years ago
Prospecitve UCLA Law Student who happens to be Black. Saw the video. Did the math. 3%? Nah...

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Maritza Agundez
8 years ago
I am a first generation woman of color, who is currently in law school and deals with all the struggles that these students are going through.

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Kimberly Oros
8 years ago
We are all affected by the treatment of students of color at our schools. This is not just an issue for black students, or even just students of color in general. This issue affects everyone's right to have a quality education free from intimidation and hate-filled tactics.

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Derrill Scott
8 years ago
If your efforts are not real and substantial - towards increasing diversity and inclusion on the law school campus - you will not only harm your black students' education, but also severely ruin the reputation of the school. Remove Professor Sander's from first year classes.

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Gregory Valdivia
8 years ago
This is important to me because I am a student of color who feels a hostile environment at UCSD on a DAILY basis. RACISM IS TOO PREVALENT ON MY CAMPUS. I can imagine, given the stated statistics, the Black/African American students need support in their fight for a less hostile campus climate!

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Roland FOULKES
8 years ago
Because when President Obama leaves office, this brand of in your face, up-your-ass, institutional racism and down-right White racist Anti-Black beliefs, actions, structural racism will be even more evident, not just at UC-LA, or UC-Berkeley, or the University of Florida, Yale, Harvard, etc., but across this, my, nation. As a 58 year old Black American male of African descent, I refuse to remain silent about this hypocrisy, this ignorance, this hate, this disrespect by non-Blacks in this, my, society!

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Eryk Waligora
8 years ago
Too often has there been a lack in diversity in our nation and on our campus. We MUST end this racial divide and include students from all backgrounds who seek to educate themselves and do good in the world.