Stop using Anti-Gay Chick-Fil-A Restaurant as a vendor on campus

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Andy Frost
9 years ago
I will not attend a school which has a current partnership with Chick-Fil-A. By allowing this company into our schools you are sending a message that you support hate. Educators are far too smart to allow such an idiotic company into a learning environment. Do the right thing, give Chick-Fil-A the boot.

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devil 666
9 years ago
Lgbt.

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Jane Bozman
9 years ago
The University of Tennessee is an institution of higher learning, they should not be doing business with those who hate.

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James Faucette
9 years ago
Even though I am not a student at UT I am a Tennessee taxpayer here in Nashville. As a taxpayer I do not believe that a state institution should not promote hate. Having a eating place on campus that is anti-Gay is just wrong.

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Brian LaRose
9 years ago
I am a UT Alumni, Booster, and my son attends UT as a freshman engineering student. I won't eat at CF any more, they are homophobic and hateful.

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Tina Murr
9 years ago
it is just wrong to single out the GLBT community by this vendor. Why should we support them.

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Conrad Brown
9 years ago
Only non-discriminatory organizations should be allowed in a school that has students coming from all walks of life.

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Elea Wright
9 years ago
I support gay marriage and my right to not purchase from a company that funds hateful groups.

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Emily Bryson
9 years ago
Because the discrimination of gay people is wrong, and only serves to divide our country and hurt people.

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Paul Curry
9 years ago
It is important for the University of Tennessee to be on the correct side of history.