Monthly Archives: November 2011

An Open Letter to Chancellor Katehi about her Repeated References to Virginia Tech

Reposted from Solidarity!: An Open Letter Addressed to Chancellor Katehi: I am afraid that I have been forced to write to you after watching the Town Hall forums over this last week. First of all, I would like to thank … Continue reading

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UC Davis and the Racialized Politics of Sentimentality

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Dutton Hall Occupied

The UCD general assembly inside occupied Dutton Hall has unanimously agreed to continue occupying the building for 2 weeks to blockade the university’s administrative and financial functions. Following UCSC’s lead, the GA also decided on 3 main demands: 1) The … Continue reading

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Historians for the Resignation of the Chancellor

Dear Chancellor Katehi, We the undersigned historians write to ask you to resign your post as chancellor. We do so because we have found your deployment of force against our students in the wake of the violence that took place … Continue reading

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Schedule for Monday’s Workshops at Occupy/Decolonize UCDavis

11_28_UCD_flyer_final Google Doc with more teach ins for the week

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How UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi Brought Oppression Back to Greece’s Universities

Mark Ames has written an important piece detailing UC Davis Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi’s role in destroying Greek democracy. We’ve reproduced key excerpts below: A friend of mine sent me this link claiming that UC Davis chancellor “Chemical” Linda Katehi, whose crackdown … Continue reading

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Nov. 28th University System Wide Strike!

In response to the egregious police brutality last Friday, and in light of the UC Regents meeting this upcoming Monday, approximately 5000 students, workers, faculty and community members came together today at a general assembly, and approved a proposal to … Continue reading

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