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Prior to the publication of SAID’s letter, Aoun sent out an email to the Northeastern community calling for “unity, inclusion and respect” in response to the 2016 election.
“I know that the events of recent days—and indeed, the tumult of recent months, both nationally and globally—have left many of us feeling vulnerable,” Aoun wrote. “Please know that Northeastern will always be a haven for inclusion and free expression. We will always defend human dignity. We will never countenance bigotry or intolerance in any form.”
While they appreciated the sentiment of the message, SAID members wrote in their letter that they were dissatisfied with the vagueness of Aoun’s email and wanted to see more actions taken by the administration to make Northeastern a more inclusive school.
“Unified, respectful and inclusive communities are not created by chance, and Northeastern will need to do much more than send a five paragraph-long email to truly create the type of community it boasts,” the letter read.
Advocating for undocumented immigrants in the community was a shared goal of both the letter and the protest, Taddesse said.
“We’re pushing for Northeastern University to make sure this is a safe space and sanctuary campus for undocumented immigrants,” he said. “Uniquely, this was a speak out so people could share their voices about whatever concerned them.”
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