Friday, December 7, 2012

Tell Arne Duncan to repeal "dear colleague"

Arne Duncan

From SAVE Services:

After a Duke Law Review article chided the Department of Education's Sexual Assault Directive for its "fatally inadequate discussion" and "unacceptable" and "perverse" effects on due process, Russlynn Ali resigned. Ali headed the Dept. of Education's Office for Civil Rights and was the lead author of the Directive.

Today, email or call Dept. of Ed. Secretary Arne Duncan with the message, "Repeal the Sexual Assault Directive!"


Call: 1-800-USA-LEARN (872-5327)

Nearly 90 editorials have criticized the Directive for ignoring civil rights, removing the presumption of innocence, and fostering false allegations: click here.

Let's end this nonsense now!


Teri Stoddard, Program Director Stop Abusive and Violent Environments

Sounds good. We're rid of Russlynn Ali but the stench she created with that mandate continues on. It's time to vacate it and it is up to us to let Arne Duncan know to repeal this mandate. If you have sons,brothers,nephews or male cousins that are attending a college or university that receives federal money then you definitely want this repealed and the sooner the better.

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