The Campus: "Middlebury: Where White Supremacists, but Not Survivors, Are Worthy of Free Speech"

Description

After Dunn posted The List, they met with a campus judicial officer who requested the names and contact information of the people who had contacted Dunn with reports of sexual misconduct. Dunn refused. After returning from winter break (Dunn posted The List during finals week), the judicial officers informed them that they were facing official college discipline for violating college policy. Shortly thereafter, past and present Middlebury It Happens Here leaders, wrote an op/ed in solidarity with Dunn. The op/ed questioned why white supremacists (Charles Murray for example) had the right to free speech at Middlebury, but not survivors or women of color (Dunn and Addis Fouche-Channer among others).

Creator

Middlebury's It Happens Here team (alumni and students): Maddie Orcutt ('16), Jingyi Wu ('17), Luke Brown ('14), Michelle Peng ('15), Morgan Grady-Benson ('18), Katie Preston ('17), Kristina Johansson ('14), Taite Shomo ('20.5), Shariell Crosby ('16)

Date

January 24, 2018

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The Campus - %22Middlebury- Where White Supremacists, but Not Survivors, Are Worthy of Free Speech%22.pdf

Citation

Middlebury's It Happens Here team (alumni and students): Maddie Orcutt ('16), Jingyi Wu ('17), Luke Brown ('14), Michelle Peng ('15), Morgan Grady-Benson ('18), Katie Preston ('17), Kristina Johansson ('14), Taite Shomo ('20.5), Shariell Crosby ('16), “The Campus: "Middlebury: Where White Supremacists, but Not Survivors, Are Worthy of Free Speech",” Archives of Dissent, accessed February 8, 2023, https://omeka.middlebury.edu/archives_of_dissent/items/show/122.

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