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[liberationtech] [activists] Stanford as a Sanctuary Campus?

Emma Hartung ehartung at
Mon Jan 30 12:21:44 PST 2017

Stanford has issued a vague statement about their support for DACA and
immigrant students, but hasn't declared itself a sanctuary campus or
responded to Stanford Sanctuary Now's demands
<>. You can get involved at an open
meeting Tuesday (tomorrow) 7pm!


[please forward widely]

With the recent executive orders and the last dozen years of xenophobia and
deportations, it is vital that we stand up to create a pro-immigrant,
pro-Muslim, anti-racist university. Friday, the 20th of January, several
hundred students
presented a list of demands, crafted by Stanford Sanctuary Now, outside the
Office of the President. This resulted in an upcoming meeting with Stanford
administration, and we want your help.

Stanford Sanctuary Now will have an open meeting Tuesday, January 31st from
7-8:30 in the Havana Room of the Graduate Community Center (750 Escondido
Rd). We will describe our progress, outline our proposals, and break out
into small groups to brainstorm actions for Stanford to support those at
risk. All are welcome. If you are new to our organization, this is a good
opportunity to get involved. RSVP for the Facebook event
<> and share with others.

We know it is a difficult time and, for many of us, it has been a difficult
time for far too long. Join us as we continue to work for a better Stanford.

All the Best,
Stanford Sanctuary Now

2017-01-30 12:14 GMT-08:00 Yosem Companys <companys at>:

> Does anyone know what Stanford's status is?
> Yosem
> From: Paula Chakravartty <puc1 at>
> As many of you have heard there is increasing pressure to convince the
> administration to declare NYU a Sanctuary Campus especially given the
> horrifying events over the weekend and beyond that has already
> directly affected NYU students, staff and faculty.
> Here is a link to a letter in support of Sanctuary Status signed by a
> wide range or centers and campus-based groups and organizations:
> br5acsczn
> We have established a student-faculty Sanctuary Working Group that has
> put together a handout explaining why Sanctuary status is important
> both symbolically and in practice (i.e. not just a difference over
> terminology).
> sanctuary-campus-at-nyu-an-explainer-3182592f9a68#.sgztfdyux
> It would be great if there was efforts within MCC and across
> Steinhardt to take leadership on supporting this call. Several
> colleagues, graduate and undergraduate students and staff in MCC are
> involved in these efforts.
> Thank you and all best,
> Paula Chakravartty
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Emma Hartung
Stanford University | 2017
646.648.1181 | ehartung at
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