We are in full support of our Trustees of Pakistan Canada Cultural Association. They are to protect the interest of the Association and it's Constitution.
There are few people who think they are still living in Pakistan and want to Break all kinds of Bylaws made by the organization. So we have to stop them.
Pakistan Canada Cultural Association is an organization of members and if a board member violates any Article of the Bylaws, we will not accept this.
We are not taught to disgrace anyone on any platform and we stand firm on this. We condemn those who are continuously doing personal character assassination of our Trustees and other respected members. We pray for their betterment and hope they will purify their mindset. And instead of wasting their time in useless things, should come up and join hands for the progress of our beloved community.
We are peaceful people and living in a peaceful country. We love Canada and Pakistan Canada Cultural Association in Saskatoon.
Long live Canada
Long live Pakistan Canada Cultural Association.Read more
Zubair SheikhLahore, Pakistan
Created May 20, 2018
Petition to Columbia University, Suzanne Goldberg, Lee Bollinger, John Coatsworth
We, students of Columbia University, firmly oppose the disciplinary action (including possible expulsion) threatened against students who protested white supremacist speaker Tommy Robinson on Tuesday, October 10th.
From antiwar sit-ins to demonstrations against South African apartheid, student protest has played a crucial role in responding to injustice, both on campus and in the world at large. By attempting to silence protestors while providing space and funds for hate speech at Columbia, Suzanne Goldberg and other University administrators are demonstrating complicity with violent ideologues whose claims continue to actively harm historically marginalized students.
In an email sent before the protests, Suzanne Goldberg wrote that “it is foundational to Columbia’s learning and teaching missions that we allow for the contestation of ideas, as President Bollinger has often made clear.” If EVP Goldberg and President Bollinger truly believed in open dialogue and the “contestation of ideas,” they would not be threatening student protestors with disciplinary action.
Educational dialogue does not only take place in classrooms and lecture halls. By having the courage to challenge the widespread acceptance of white supremacy and envision a more just and inclusive campus, the student protesters were providing a model of informed political engagement to us all.
Students should not be punished for reminding the campus community of the moral principles that the Columbia administration failed to uphold.Read more
Students Against White SupremacyUnited States
Created Oct 16, 2017
Petition to The Florida Bar and its Division of Lawyer Regulation
Causes of disbarment may include: a felony involving "moral turpitude," forgery, fraud, a history of dishonesty, consistent lack of attention to clients, alcoholism or drug abuse which affect the attorney's ability to practice, theft of funds, or any pattern of violation of the professional code of ethics. Violation
I would like to see accountability for the unjust treatment granted by Mr. Nelson and the Partners at Smith, Feddeler & Smith, P.A.
The Florida Supreme Court defined moral turpitude in State ex rel. Tullidge v. Hollingsworth, 146 So. 660, 661 (Fla. 1933):
Moral turpitude involves the idea of inherent baseness or depravity in the private social relations or duties owed by man to man or by man to society. . . . It has also been defined as anything done contrary to justice, honesty, principle, or good morals, though it often involves the question of intent as when unintentionally committed through error of judgment when wrong was not contemplated. . . ."
Although the definition in that case was dicta, the first sentence of the two quoted sentences states what appears to be the generally accepted definition of the term. Everett v. Mann, 113 So.2d 758 (1 D.C.A. Fla., 1959). Unless the offense is one which its very commission implies a base and depraved nature, the question of moral turpitude depends not only on the nature of the offense, but also on the attendant circumstances; the standard is public sentiment, which changes as the moral opinions of the public change. See 21 Am. Jur.2d Criminal Law s. 24.
N.B.S INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY, AUSA
DUE TO THE PANDEMIC OVER THE GLOBE, CORONA SPEADING LIKE WILDFIRE.LIFE DIDN'T CAME TO A HAULT,IT CONTINUED OVER A DIFFERENT ROUTE.
FOR SAFETY OF THE STUDENTS, EDUCATIONAL BODIES REMAINED CLOSED. AND DURING THIS HARD TIMES,AS STUDENTS CAN'T REACH TO THE COLLEGE, COLLEGE CAME IN HANDS OF STUDENTS OUR COLLEGE BECAME DIGITAL,FOR HELPING STUDENTS IN THEIR UPCOMING ACADMICS AND FOR THAT WE APPRICIATE OUR COLLEGE.
AND OUR DIGITAL STUDIES STARTED.OVER A MONTH THINGS WENT SMOOTHLY. BUT THEN LESS AND LESS STUDENTS STARTED SHOWING FOR ONLINE SESSIONS.
THIS DECREASED THE MORAL OF OUR TEACHERS AND DUE TO OTHER ACADMICS WORK OUR REGULAR SESSIONS BECAME IRREGULAR.
BUT THIS INTURN AFFECT STUDENTS WHO DO LECTURES ON DAILY BASIS, BUT LECTURES NOT HAPPENING ON SHEDULE, WE MISS THOSE SESSIONS. AND THAT DIVERTS OUR MINDS FROM STUDIES, AS WE ARE SUPPOSED TO BE UPDATE WITH ONGOING SESSIONS.
AND IF A LECTURES ARE NOT TAKING PLACE THEN THEY SHOULD BE INFORMED IN ADVANCE, AS IT CREATES A PANIC IN STUDENTS
AND OUR 1 SUBJECT IS YET TO BEGIN, ANOTHER IS ON HIATUS SINCE MID-AUGUST.
HOPE YOU TAKE ACTIONS IN THE FOLLOWING MATTER.
A STUDENT, NBS INSTITUTERead more
Alen Becker samaIndia
Created Sep 21, 2020
Petition to Australian Government, Politicians, Independent education sector, Public education sector, State Governments, School Principals, Independent Schools Victoria
WE need to provide teachers with greater power to maintain high standards of discipline in the classroom. The government must provide schools with a more comprehensive school discipline from the current ‘system’. School discipline needs to be debated and reviewed by government. They can make initial inquiries about discipline improvement by consulting parents and professional educators. I feel that the government should be looking at a nationwide schools discipline policy which isRead more
Darel Veal, the librarian at Hazel Green High School, has been allowed to spew hatred toward LGBTQ, Muslim, and black students openly with no disciplinary action taken. I have been trying to make the school pay attention for over a year. Hopefully, this petition will catch their eye. Let Matt Massey and Darrel Long know that we as former students, current students, parents, and concerned community members won't stand for this. Read more
Warsaw Community High School has done it again!
By it I mean allowing white, upperclass, sports involved students get away with actions that other students would normally be severely punished for. WCHS isn't known for its tolerance and diversity and it never will be after the blatant expression of racism and ignorance that took place via Twitter and the home football game on September 9th. Students were heard chanting, "build that wall" and "learn english" to the opposing team and tweeted various remarks on Twitter that aligned with Donald Trump's beliefs. They also tweeted to an alumni that they were "ashamed" that she was an alumni and that "they take Trumps policies very seriously" after she expressed disappointment in what was being shown.
WCHS has punished previously senior students who put satirical political posters around the school featuring Waka Flocka in 2015, a 2015 sophomore was expelled for creating a "Warsaw Fights" twitter, employed a biology teacher for years after she smacked a former student across the face who later resigned after she told a student she didn't trust him because he was Mexican and received backlash. So it is only correct that they extend punishments to those students who were 1. on school grounds and 2. representing not only the student body, WCHS, former WCHS graduates, but the entire community as they chanted racial remarks.
Warsaw has made it very clear as to who is welcome in the high school and administration has made it very clear that if you are a minority or if you value your comfort then WCHS is not the place for you. This was echoed when a teacher stated that, "if you are mad at what happened at the football game then you're the problem, not the kids making racist remarks."
Every day school is started with the schools mission statement stating that their mission is to "inspire and equip all students to continuously acquire and apply knowledge and skills while pursuing their dreams and enriching the lives of others." Sadly, that is not what is going on in our school and nothing will ever be changed unless then people push for it. Sign this petition and show David Hoffert and Troy Akers that expressions of racism and unequal punishments will not be tolerated any longer.
Paul Scoville has a history of making students uncomfortable in the classroom. From making racist jokes to calling students sexy, he has again and again proven to be unfit to help rear the next generations.
For example, each year before Thanksgiving Break he plays the Twerking Turkey video for students. The very foundation of this video is unprofessional and inappropriate for school, especially for 14-15-year-old freshmen. Additionally, multiple students over the years have told him it makes them uncomfortable, yet he still plays it. This is one instance part of a greater trend of misconduct on his behalf.
His comments regularly contribute to the harm and discomfort of students at both Hickman and Rockbridge. This has been brought to the attention of several parents, students, and administrators over the years, yet nothing has been done. Columbia Public Schools students are calling upon our board members and administrators to put an end to the racism and harassment we are facing in the classroom, a place that should feel safe and inviting.
We request that Mr. Scoville be disciplined in the following ways:
Attend implicit bias training
Attend a sexual harassment training program
Receive a formal letter of reprimand with the implication of real consequences given further misconduct (i.e. suspension without pay; termination)
Hickman StudentColumbia, MO, United States
Created May 15, 2021
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