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"The core of the issue is the well-being of our students, faculty and staff.  When members of our community hurt, we all hurt.  When members of our community are marginalized by hateful speech or discriminatory actions, we need to act; we must act. It’s our responsibility to protect and support our community.  We can’t be a community when people are victimized.  As such, beginning this summer, we announced dedicated efforts to spur cultural change and combat racism; efforts designed to take bold and decisive actions. Some of that change will take months and years.  But the urgency of our work will be seen this Fall semester. Our collective work is to move forward together and now.”