Hong Kong conflict reaches UR campus Over flag controversy, tunnel painting #Hong_KongNovember 27, 2019
To show support and promote inclusion, a few UR students painted messages of love and solidarity in one of the tunnels on campus.
The video was taken by UR student Mustapha Ibrahim and he says he was there when the Chinese Student Scholar Association painted over the walls.
Ibrahim also says that freedom of speech on campus is being denied.
This video gives a timeline of events in regards to the tunnel painting.
This video was posted by the YouTube account UR CSSA, which stands for the University of Rochester Chinese Students & Scholars Association.
Ibrahim and Zaman say this is the group behind the effort to cover up the Hong Kong solidarity paintings.
There is no easy solution to this issue, in Hong Kong or at the University of Rochester.
The College, will not stand in the way of our students’ right to freedom of expression.
Nor do we think that we should place students in the position of delegates representing their nations.
For the past 25 years, the flag display in Wilson Commons has been the source of both great pride and sincere disagreement among members of our campus community.
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