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Posted October 12, 2018 14:57:03The Yale students who marched in protest on Wednesday in front of the Yale Library were called “terrorists” by some of their peers and they have since been suspended from classes, a spokesman said.
A spokesperson for the school said the students who attended were allowed to attend the protest on their own terms, but were called out on their behaviour by others.
“We want them to feel comfortable about what they are doing and not to be afraid to express themselves,” said Michael O’Connell, the school’s vice president for communication.
“They are not in danger, they are not doing anything wrong, and they are trying to make a statement.”
The school has a zero tolerance policy for violence on our campus and we have not condoned the conduct of any students.
“The students, who marched for gun control, also chanted “Stop shooting” during the march, but the protest was not violent.
Yale student Mark Ritchie told ABC Radio Australia that he was not at all angry about the demonstration, and was simply trying to show support for gun owners.”
I think that’s a fair point.
It’s about the right to protect ourselves,” he said.”
If you’re going to be a part of a peaceful demonstration and it’s not going to end in violence, that’s not something I’m particularly happy about.
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