...would the administration of St. Kate's
like to tell us how the activities of its Center for Women, Economic Justice and Social Policy
fit under its "no political speech" definition? �Their fall semester program has included:
- Issue Forum: Public Policy and Homelessness in Minnesota - Presenters: Michael Dahl, Executive Director of Coalition for the Homeless and Steven Prusha, Project Custodian at the College of St. Catherine.
RNC Panel Discussion - Come hear how St. Kate�s students, faculty and staff were involved with supporting and protesting the RNC. �(emphasis added)
Issue Forum: Health Care Reform - With Brian Rusche, Executive Director of the Joint Religious Legislative Task Force
Issue Forum: The History of U.S. Relations with the Middle East - Professor Nasrin Jewell will discuss U.S. policy in the Middle East and current political realities.
Prof. Jewell is on St. Kate's faculty, so he's fine. But the JRLC
? �It appears that any event that promotes "social justice" is OK, but anything from off campus that doesn't fit its message control is not. �
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