Letter to UCSC Chancellor Larive re: UCSC graduate student strike and "notification of class and section disruption" form

  ​​ February 13, 2020 Dear Chancellor Larive and Campus Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Kletzer, We, the California Scholars for Academic Freedom,* a group of over two hundred scholars throughout California, write with grave concern about the Google form “Notification of Class and Section Disruption” sent on February 7, 2020 to UCSC undergraduates inContinue reading “Letter to UCSC Chancellor Larive re: UCSC graduate student strike and "notification of class and section disruption" form”

Letter to NYU President Andrew D. Hamilton re: DOE OCR investigation in response to a claim that NYU had “discriminated against students of Jewish descent. . .”

February 2, 2020 Dr. Andrew D. Hamilton President, New York University andrew.hamilton@nyu.edu Dear President Hamilton: We write on behalf of the California Scholars for Academic Freedom with regard to the investigation of New York University launched in November 2019 by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR). * The OCR initiated thisContinue reading “Letter to NYU President Andrew D. Hamilton re: DOE OCR investigation in response to a claim that NYU had “discriminated against students of Jewish descent. . .””

Letter to Israeli President Netanyahu re Professor Widad Barghouti’s Administrative Detention Without Cause or Recourse to Due Process (originally published in Mondoweiss)

  CALIFORNIA SCHOLARS FOR ACADEMIC FREEDOM https://cascholars4academicfreedom.wordpress.com  September 13, 2019 To Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Minister of Justic Ayalet Shaked, and Minister of Higher Education Fafi Peretz: We, the California Scholars for Academic Freedom*, a group of over 200 academics working in higher education in California, write to condemn in the strongest terms the brutalContinue reading “Letter to Israeli President Netanyahu re Professor Widad Barghouti’s Administrative Detention Without Cause or Recourse to Due Process (originally published in Mondoweiss)”