Princeton Students Demand No Forced Evictions Due to COVID-19 Concerns

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Jonathan Tang
1 year ago
There are no evictions occurring at 920 Everett Street (it’s not legally allowed and the owner has stated such), no tenant is being put out on the street during this pandemic, and the tenants are not paying any rent. You can confirm by looking at the tenants’ social media pages.
https://www.change.org/p/los-angeles-920-everett-street-stop-the-lies-harassment-and-threats-of-violence

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Sophia Malamud
2 years ago
As a university faculty I find this practice unconscionable

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Andy Oeun
2 years ago
Every student deserves support from their university in times of crisis, regardless of their situation.

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Reid Harris
2 years ago
My daughter is a junior.

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Margin Zheng
2 years ago
It's important to consider how people are impacted differently and unequally in a situation like this and to act both compassionately and equitably.

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Zoe Zeitler
2 years ago
This is of the utmost importance. Every single point.

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Peter Kim
2 years ago
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Hannah Pearce
2 years ago
I agree with all of the above

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Matthew Weymar
2 years ago
Let us not take for granted the privileges so many - but NOT ALL - of us enjoy.

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Gerald Williams
2 years ago
Forced eviction is not and has never been for the sake of the students. Surely students are able to decide for themselves where is the most appropriate place for them to ride out the COVID-19 outbreak and the ensuing insanity around it. This is really about colleges minimizing their own risk of having someone get ill on their watch, and they are willing to evict students to their own devices, even though it puts them and others (including perhaps the population in general) at significantly greater risk.