The New Hunger Strike for Justice: Retaliation and Confidentiality

When the second Hunger Strike for Justice begins, it will be based on two things:  many retaliatory acts by Philip L. Boroughs, SJ, the president of the College of the Holy Cross, and an unanswered question about whether Michael C. McFarland, SJ, the past president of Holy Cross, respected and still respects the confidentiality he promised me.   Boroughs has to stop the retaliation and McFarland has to answer the question about confidentiality.

If anyone is unfamiliar with the history, the first Hunger Strike for Justice began in March 2012.  It was suspended on the 26th day when Holy Cross offered settlement talks that a year later still have gone nowhere.

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