UU Academics Condemn Violent Repression of Student Movements

As Unitarian Universalists who live and serve at the intersections of the academy and our religious communities, our most foundational commitments rest upon values of pluralism, justice, rigorous inquiry and debate, and democratic freedom of expression for all people – including and especially for students, whose movements have so frequently represented the conscience of the nation with courage and moral clarity. In this context, we feel compelled to unequivocally condemn the rapidly escalating violent repression of pro-Palestinian, anti-war student movements on college campuses across the United States and affirm their right to peacefully protest.

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