Campus Reform cites AIM activism in call for accountability following Riley Gaines assault
June 19, 2023
Jenn Cheng, a concerned California parent, recently sent an email to Dr. Jamillah Moore, the Vice President of Student Affairs at San Francisco State University (SFSU), demanding action in response to the violent mob attack against Riley Gaines during a “Save Women’s Sports” event in early April.
In an email to Dr. Moore obtained by Campus Reform through a public record request, Cheng expressed her dismay with SFSU’s handling of the leftist mob, stating that violence against women is unacceptable and that SFSU is no longer an option for her college-aged children, one of whom is a young woman. She also called on the university to stand up for women and take decisive action against the perpetrators.
”I am the mother of 2 almost college-aged California teens, one of them a female just like Riley Gaines. SFSU is no longer a consideration for either of them, as violence against women, even once, is absolutely intolerable. I demand to know what action you’re going to take against the violent mob that attacked Riley Gaines on your campus. If you support feminism in the slightest bit, please stand up for women in the face of oppression,” Cheng’s email reads.
Cheng’s email also proves a growing demand for accountability.
In response to the incident, Adam Guillette, the President of Accuracy in Media (AIM), took action by deploying mobile billboards to State University of New York at Buffalo, where Gaines was scheduled to speak about women’s sports after her speech at SFSU.
These mobile billboards aimed to encourage students to behave civilly, which ultimately proved successful as there was no violence against Gaines in New York.
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