ESU BULLETIN Diversity forum opposes media presence
The Big Story/The Associated Press (Breaking News, July 2015)
Emporia State couple claims racial harassment at university
ESU BULLETIN Student Opinion Editor: Point of Know Return
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ESU BULLETINAfter lawsuit, diversity alliance formed
Angelica Hale Awarded $64,303.31 in Damages: Read the Order
August 26, 2020
Angelica Hale's Motion for Reconsideration of Order on Damages: Read the Motion
August 28, 2020
You joined us in person and online (via our Facebook page) in a march against injustice and inequity for faculty, staff and students of color at Emporia State University in Emporia Kansas. Our FIRST historic marches. MANY issues.
9/15/19 - The 4th anniversary of the March on Emporia, at Emporia State University (read)
7/19/19 - Federal judge verdict in favor of Angelica Hale in Title 7 retaliation lawsuit against Emporia State University after she spoke out against racism at the university library school and on campus. Read below:
*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, staff
Video of the March on Emporia #1 on 9/15/15
"Hale must retract or face the axe"(read more...)