Stand in Solidarity with Professor Saida Grundy

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Stephanie Pines
5 years ago
I'm signing this as a business person who often has served as a liaison & person who oversees academic internship programs at companies previously including Irving Oil & Kraft Foods.

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Julie Katz
5 years ago
Has she been accused of hate speech? inciting violence? Doesn't seem so. To BU: John Silber is long gone. You are better than this. Truth hurts sometimes. Deal with it.

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Anita Kanitz
5 years ago
“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”
― Albert Einstein

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Denise Miller
5 years ago
I'm signing this petition because "SILENCE = DEATH. We cannot change what we do not acknowledge. Discussing Racism, the history, causes and effects and consequences, thereof, IS NOT RACIST! It's dialogue, which is essential to keep lines of communication and understanding open. Censorship of such discussion IS RACIST! #JustSaying

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Quentin davis
6 years ago
I edited the book "Black Soldiers in the War of the Slaveowners' Rebellion" by my great grandfather Norwood Penrose Hallowell of the Mass. 54th and 55th "colored regiments"

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John Adams
6 years ago
Truth should always be supported!

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Kayla ford
6 years ago
I stand with her!

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Shana Khan
6 years ago
I like Dr Grundy's views, especially committing to spend on color owned businesses only. Probably one way to fix some of the prevalent economic inequality.

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Amritjit Singh
6 years ago
Freedom of speech is paramount to academic excellence.

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Roberta DeMasellis
6 years ago
Not only does Professor Grundy have a right to her views, with today's obvious imbalances in our country, hello, as a white woman who has dealt with one form of discrimination all my life, white men are the problem population!