Statements of Support

Before our occupation outside the chancellor’s office began on Friday, March 11 two California Assemblymen called for the Chancellor to resign, followed by the San Francisco Chronicle.

Since our occupation began we have received the following letters of support:

UC Student Workers Union UAW 2865

ASUCD President, Vice President, and Senate President Pro Tempore

ASUCD Senator Noor Adilla Jamaludin

ASUCD Senator Josh Dalavai

ASUCD Senator Parteek Singh

Davis Faculty Association

Faculty Letter

newer Faculty Letter


UAW 5810

California Faculty Association, Capitol Chapter

UC Davis Queer Student Union

Black OUT, UC Davis

Davis Stands with Ferguson

Members of the Asian American, Pacific Islander and Desi American (AAPIDA) student community

Chicanx/Latinx Community members, students, and organizations at UC Davis

RAVT New Hope UC Davis

Students for Justice In Palestine, UC Davis

Jewish Voice for Peace, UC Davis

Graduate Students in Performance Studies 

Graduate Students in the History Department

English Graduate Student Association

Comparative Literature Graduate Students

Sociology Graduate Students

Cultural Studies Graduate Students (and page 2)

An Alumni Letter is gathering signatures

Transgender Visibility and Education Network

UC Davis Tri-Cooperatives

Residents of the Domes, Baggins End, UC Davis

Campus Survivor Statement on Katehi

Democratic Socialists of America, Sacramento

Party for Socialism and Liberation, Sacramento Branch

Davis Students for Bernie

Portland State University Student Union

Davis Citizens for a Living Wage

Assemblymember Kevin McCarty

Santa Rosa Junior College Student Government Assembly

UC Santa Barbara Unit of UAW 2865

Duke Students and Workers in Solidarity

Anonymous Staff Letter (some info has been redacted to protect people’s privacy, also to note, one of the accusations in this is about a relationship that started after someone was hired, so there is clearly no nepotism —  we post this letter simply to show that many people are writing us to say that they are sick of the Chancellor, and their anonymity speaks to the very real fear of retaliation — redaction and note by D.W.)