MBU Statement on Racial Injustice
June 1, 2020
To the Mary Baldwin community,
Our hearts mourn the tragic events surrounding the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and those events that demonstrate the systemic discrimination that continues to plague our society.
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We join all voices in opposition of racial oppression and pledge abiding compassion for all who live in fear because of the color of their skin or suffer the trauma that comes from discrimination based on ethnicity, religion, gender identity, or any other difference leading to unjust bigotry.
Our Mary Baldwin family grieves together as we express our profound sadness at the pain and frustration felt by so many during this difficult time. We strive for positive change as we embrace our differences and seek to empower tomorrow’s leaders to be advocates for racial justice in our ever-changing world.
Campus partners are available and offering support for our students, faculty, staff, and alumni. To speak with someone in Student Engagement, Counseling, or the Office of Inclusive Excellence – please contact Darren Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org. To speak with someone in Alumni Engagement, please contact Adrienne Teague at email@example.com.
Our thoughts and prayers remain with you, our valued community, as we call for the violence to end peacefully.
Pamela R. Fox
President, Mary Baldwin University
Vice President, Integrated Communications
Vice President, Advancement & Alumni Engagement
Dr. Deb Greubel
Vice President, Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences
Dr. Ernest Jeffries
Vice President, Student Engagement
Dr. James McCoy
Vice President, Enrollment Management
Brig. Gen. Terry Djuric
CMDT VWIL & Senior Advisor to President
Associate Vice President, Business & Finance
Dr. Ty Buckman
Provost & Vice President, Academic Affairs