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Emporia State couple claims racial harassment at university
Judge's Order on Emporia State University's Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings on Dr. Melvin Hale's Section 1983 First Amendment and Title VII Retaliation claims (Highlighted in red for emphasis).
Angelica Hale vs Emporia State University et. Al - Motion for Summary Judgment filed October 6, 2017
Emporia Bulletin Student Opinion Editor: Point of Know Return
The latest court orders (use scroll to see all pages)
September 2018:March on Emporia 3rd Anniversary MORE...
April 2, 2018:Angelica Hale files second motion for summary judgment against Emporia State University
and leaders. MORE...
July 14, 2017: Dr. Melvin Hale & wife Angelica Hale lawsuits vs Emporia State and it's leaders granted to move forward on the same day. MORE...
*Judge permits Dr. Melvin Hale's counterclaim lawsuit against Emporia State University employee Debra Rittgers to proceed. Read details of the judge's decision here.
*In addition to the 3 federal cases against ESU employees relating to the hate speech incident at Emporia State,
there is currently a 4th active federal discrimination case against the university filed by Dr. Rajesh Singh: http://bit.ly/1Mputzk
4 federal lawsuits against ESU, its leaders and selected School of Library and Information Studies (SLIM) faculty
Over 300 petitions! Visit our social media pages below or see our Change.org petition and comments by clicking here
READ THE LATEST FILING in Angelica Hale v. ESU et al. - https://www.scribd.com/document/382368267/Angelica-Hale-Opposition-to-Emporia-State-University-Motion-for-Summary-Judgment-doc-113
Dr. Hale recognized by UCLA Chancellor Gene Block for leadership and academic excellence.
Filed June 19, 2018
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