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#22-225 Emergency resolution urging C|M|Law naming committee recommendation
Students Against Marshall has reviewed emergency resolution #22-2022 and so announces its concurrence with the Council's belief: 1. That because of Chief Justice John Marshall's life long association with slavery, the C|M|Law naming committee should eliminate any reference to him regarding the college of law and further: 2. This constitutes an emergency measure for the immediate preservation of public peace, property, health, and safety. Therefore, the Students Against Marshall request the Council members to affirmatively vote today for the resolution to take effect and be in force immediately upon its adoption and approval by the Mayor or the earliest period allowed by law. More information regarding Students Against Marshall, the law school's 2021 diversity report, and the naming committee's community survey which expires next Friday Jan 17 2022, is available online at the following link: www.linktr (dot) ee/csusam or the Instagram handle @students_against_marshall Thank you for your consideration.
Name: Ms. Stephanie M. Goggans
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Posted: Jan 9, 2022
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