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Vigil for Justice

I began this vigil for justice after I discovered many breaches of confidentiality by Holy Cross and its president at the time, Michael McFarland.   After Philip Boroughs became president, he made no effort to address what happened and instead had … Continue reading

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Philip Boroughs’ Total for the Kakuma Refugee Camp and the ACLU of Massachusetts: $10,000

Continuing what I started a month ago, I am assessing top leadership of Holy Cross with penalties and penance for the long delays it has subjected me to.    Over 900 days ago, the college told me it agreed to settlement … Continue reading

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Holding the Board of Trustees Responsible

I sent this to the Board of Trustees today, via the college lawyer Vincent O’Rourke: Dear Board, My efforts to contact you have all been ignored.   I will stay with the Vigil for Justice for as long as it takes … Continue reading

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“Go Home!”

It’s always the drunks or the idiots that yell “Go HOME!” when I am at the Vigil for Justice at Holy Cross.  It happens every few weeks.   I now have a standard reply: “Go back to HIGH SCHOOL!!” But it … Continue reading

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“We need, in every community, a group of angelic troublemakers.”

A friend shared these words with me. “We need, in every community, a group of angelic troublemakers.” –  Bayard Rustin Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom, November 20, 2013

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Sad. Guess who notices?

The past three days have been out of the ordinary for me.  Since the Vigil for Justice began in March 2012, I have not had any sad days.  Maybe short parts of days when a sad memory returned, but no … Continue reading

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The Deceitful Leadership of the College of the Holy Cross

Last week, the college administration sent an email about my protest which was full of errors and misleading statements.  Faculty told me about it and gave me copies of the email.  It had been sent by Ellen Ryder, head of … Continue reading

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