Re: GSA Statement to ASUI - April 10, 2002 (fwd)
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- Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2002 11:45:55 -0700
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Yes, the Lewiston Tribune carried the story today. I am extremely (excuse
the word) pissed that three ASUI senetors (who were named in the article
with criminal charges pending) became fodder for "World's Dumbest Criminals"
but I do believe the Moscow PD saying they were trying to finish the
investigation before they released info on people who they could not prove
at that point definately did this.
>From: TEX <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: Daniel Kronemann <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: GSA Statement to ASUI - April 10, 2002 (fwd)
>Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2002 10:19:20 -0700 (PDT)
>Thanks for the info on this issue. I had not heard anything about this
>incident. Was this story carried by any local media, etc? I hope the
>perps don't get off too easily. I'm sure that if the university is
>reminded of the liability they might incur if this issue is swept under
>the rug, they will take quick and decisive action.
> Clint "Tex" Payton
> email: firstname.lastname@example.org
>On Thu, 11 Apr 2002, Daniel Kronemann wrote:
> > To whom it may concern
> > Yesterday I had written the following email to gather support for the
> > Straight Alliance at the ASUI Senate's meeting yesterday. It was
> > suggested to me that I send it to this email so we could get it posted
> > online. Obviously, it is slightly out of date, but the need for support
> > is still high. For more information please contact the GSA at
> > email@example.com or you may direct questions and concerns to The
> > of Multicultural Affairs, The Office of the Special Assistant to the
> > President on Human Rights, or any administration official.
> > Thanks
> > Daniel Kronemann
> > Subject: GSA Statement to ASUI - April 10, 2002
> > To all that are concerned
> > Tonight, April 10, 2002, the GSA will present a statement the Associated
> > Students of the University of Idaho Senate in regards to the recent
> > of our pride flag (it looked like the American flag with white stars on
> > blue background with rainbow stripes instead of red and white strips).
> > Three people were involved, two of them using senator priviledges to
> > the ASUI office, where GSA keeps its desk, and took the flag. They then
> > proceeded to try to destroy the flag by burning it, but were foiled by
> > flags flame retardent nature. The purpetrators apparently have been
> > identified and have confesed, yet details, such as names, action the
> > University is taking, have yet to be released. The Moscow Police have
> > been contacted and a report filed, yet have been uncooperative in
> > releasing information. A request to release a copy of the report was
> > denied due to the "uncompleteness" of the investigation which had begun
> > Monday, April 1st. The city prosecutor has been difficult to get a hold
> > of at times, due to the uncooperative nature of some employees at the
> > station, although the prosecutor himself has been cooperative.
> > The Gay Straight Alliance has met with certain University Officials and
> > dialogue is happening.
> > This email is to make you aware of the situation, and to ask for
> > solidarity from the public. I want to make sure that you know I'm not
> > spokesperson for the GSA and don't pretend to be speaking on their
> > I do want to ask that those who can make it tonight at 7:00 in the
> > Clearwater Room of the Commons for the Senate meeting, do so to show
> > support of our efforts to promote tolerance on campus. If you can not
> > personally make it to the Senate meeting, I ask that you spread word of
> > this and put the pressure on the Administration to a swift, yet thought
> > out response to this hate crime. The victims of GSA should not be
> > to stand up by themselves.
> > Again, this email is not intended to be endorsed by the GSA but a matter
> > of my own opinion and conviction.
> > Please forward to all who might be interested in seeing more tolerance
> > campus and it their lives.
> > This is the statement I will deliver to the ASUI Senate on behalf of the
> > GSA. The GSA has voted and endorses the following statement, which I
> > been elected to deliver. The preceeding has not been endorsed by the
> > nor voted on.
> > Thanks
> > Daniel
> > The Statement:
> > "The Gay Straight Alliance wishes to express outrage at the theft and
> > attempted destruction of our flag from our desk in the ASUI Office.
> > is a symbolic attack on the Gay Straight Alliance.
> > We are relying on the ASUI to identify the perpetrators and bring them
> > justice. Furthermore we ask the ASUI and the University to demonstrate
> > leadership in creating a respectful climate on campus. This act of
> > intolerance signifies the need for wide spread discussion and education.
> > Most important, is a unified and immediate expression of solidarity with
> > the Gay Straight Alliance's sense of violation."
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interpenetration there is universal love, so all mutually sympathetic things
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