On Friday, a delegation of Duke graduate students delivered a petition to the Provost’s office—with more than 200 signatures—calling on the administration not to interfere in our efforts to form our union. Read it here.
Four members of the North Carolina House of Representatives have written to President Brodhead and Provost Kornbluth, expressing their support for Duke faculty organizing and asking the administration to take a neutral stance. Read their letter here.
Jennifer Copeland, Executive Director of the North Carolina Council of Churches and a triple-degree holder from Duke, wrote a letter to President Richard Brodhead calling for neutrality from the administration.