Rename Coffman Memorial Union

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Ashaley Yang
3 years ago
In solidarity.

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Pheng Thao
3 years ago
Although I don't go to the U of M, HMSA has been a big part of my life ever since I was introduced to them. HMSA is like my 2nd family where I can be freely to express myself to my new friends, who I considered as my brothers and sisters. I was able to encounter to so many new experiences because of HMSA. Their unconditional love and support to spread positive awareness will not be in vain. They have contributed so much to the community as a whole. Let us come together to support this petition. It doesn't matter if you're a U of M student or not.

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Jennifer Vang
3 years ago
I’m signing this because although I am not a student at the university of Minnesota I have been welcomed with open arms into their family. In my past four years in HMSA I have met and created many important and wonderful friendships. For HMSA to have an official room on second floor will allow the community of HMSA to grow larger as a community. Thanks for a great college experience.

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Xe Chang
3 years ago
Creating spaces for multicultural students at institutions that are often pre-predominately white is crucial.

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Mo Gotti
3 years ago
I am a free man

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Nhia Lee
3 years ago
I'm signing because racism and the oprresion of POC should never be memorialized.

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Nicholas Hang
3 years ago
Discrimination and racial bigotry should hold no place in our country, as progressive we have become since our founding. We will overcome and cross this bridge of hate and unite in solidarity.

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Edgar Gonzales Reyes
3 years ago
I support the right of students to organize in a safe environment but the actions of the school have prevented students from using this right which is fully entitled to them as citizens of the United States.

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Ther Yang
3 years ago
Hii

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Gwendolyn Smith
3 years ago
The notion of honoring someone who acted not only as a supporter of, but an active enforcer of discriminatory policies and ideologies is beyond sickening.