Rally Against Racism: Emory University

Wed, 02/27/2013 - 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Asbury Circle
605 Asbury Circle Emory University Main Campus
Atlanta, GA
United States












This is NOT a FORUM, but a CALL TO ACTION.

This will be an opportunity for students to come together to unite against the systemic racism on Emory's campus.

Issues covered at the event include (but are not limited to):

-President Wagner's "Compromise" Article and Failure to Understand Wrongs Even in Apology
-The Dooley Show
-The Racialization of Labor Issues and The Labor Movement
-Lack of campus spaces for Black students and race issues
-Disparities in Student Conduct Outcomes
-Treatment of Minority Students on Frat Row
-Administrative Processes
-Removal of the BSA house
-The suspension of Alpha Phi Alpha and Delta Sigma Theta

Explorations of solutions include:

-Auditing/Reforming Student Conduct Process
-Emory University taking a clear and committed stance on RACISM (using the work on Sexual Assault and Sustainability as a model)
-The creation of a Black Student Union for formal space as well as resources on campus for black students.
-Campus Life hiring a team of experts to be proactive in working with racial issues as well as responding to racial problems
-The development of a Bias Reporting System
-Instituting new GERs

If anyone has any questions about the planning of this event or would like to be more involved, please e-mail us at rallyagainstracism@gmail.com


Re: Rally Against Racism: Emory University

That doesn't even make sense considering the content of the zine.  You're just really fucking dumb is all.

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You're right. I'll make sure to read the required party literature so I don't get used as a pawn. Thank you for showing me the light.

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Oh fuck off 8:36am

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You sounded like an evangelist. "Read this to make sure you don't fuck up." I doubt you meant to sound like that, but you did.

Re: Rally Against Racism: Emory University

Anyone planning to attend should consider reading this short article first so as to ensure that their time and energy are utilzed in such a way as to confront racism and white supremacy instead of being used as pawns for future resumes of aspiring politicians and opportunists (Emory has a bad history of this):