Categories Uncategorized #WeAreWithJaneDoe: Curating Activist Movement at Texas Christian University Post author By Cody Jackson Post date February 10, 2020 No Comments on #WeAreWithJaneDoe: Curating Activist Movement at Texas Christian University Visit the website for the Coalition for University Justice and Equity (CUJE) at Texas Christian Universiy by clicking here or navigating to https://cujenow.weebly.com/. Follow CUJE on Twitter at @cujenow. Silence and censorship are two of the greatest enemies to justice! We will keep using our voices until everyone listens! 🗣 pic.twitter.com/4WErOovBQy— CUJE (@cujenow) February 29, 2020 TCU beat Baylor in basketball. Now, it’s time for them to take the #LeadOn beating racism & discrimination! ✊🏽💜Shoutout to all the CUJE members who helped us spread awareness today! 😊 pic.twitter.com/uaVDBiVQRe— CUJE (@cujenow) February 29, 2020 🗣 What’s CUJE? 🗣How do I join? 🗣What do they do? You got questions. We got answers. Come find out all about our movement this THURSDAY, MARCH 5 at 6:30p. Open to everyone. Location TBA! 📍Beat us there and bring your crew! ✊🏽 pic.twitter.com/21sMms1tiP— CUJE (@cujenow) March 1, 2020 @TCU administrators have exactly 10 hours to publicly acknowledge and commit to our demands! We will not rest until we see every demand come to fruition with a written commitment by the university!#nojusticenopeace pic.twitter.com/fIoHk2SIQa— CUJE (@cujenow) February 11, 2020 The silence regarding the demands proves their indifference about the current state of the campus. https://t.co/rOecY7oXwY— Lynn Cole (@MayaNealGiovani) February 13, 2020 #TellOnTCU pic.twitter.com/6mIBiX3eDq— Lynn Cole (@MayaNealGiovani) February 14, 2020 TCU may not want to hear your voices but we sure do! Share your stories with us through firstname.lastname@example.org and https://t.co/LknttHKlNe #WeAreWithJaneDoe— CUJE (@cujenow) February 10, 2020 Although our banner no longer hangs, our statement still remains! Our voices will not be silenced! We encourage you to keep the banner flying by posting this picture across all your social media platforms with the hashtag #WeAreWithJaneDoe! pic.twitter.com/aSED5z4WnZ— CUJE (@cujenow) February 10, 2020 Every hashtag is a different university with their own struggle, but all our struggles are connected. Tune in. This is just part of it – what other movements should we be recognizing?#NotAgainSU #TellOnTCU #COLAnow #OUrExperience #IStandWithKaitlinCurtice— Adam Carter 🇵🇭🌈💗 (@adamocarte) February 17, 2020 Imagine hearing a slur routinely in the place where you have to rest your head at night. #TellOnTCU https://t.co/e7I6me36ty— Shelby Johnson (@thatssoshelb) February 14, 2020 I’ve had my disability services accommodations questioned or outright denied on a number of occasions. In one professor’s words, my access to his course “wasn’t a matter of accessibility.” #TellOnTCU— CUJE (@cujenow) February 17, 2020 “Having to complete a group assignment alone because I was excluded from my all-white, male group.”#TellOnTCU— CUJE (@cujenow) February 14, 2020 #WeAreWithJaneDoe and we aren't afraid to let everyone know!When you see it, post it! 👀 pic.twitter.com/HhYxhEzVK1— CUJE (@cujenow) February 10, 2020 My insulin pump failed right before a final last semester and I knew I would have to take it instead of finding insulin because I hadn’t filled out disability paperwork, so I didn’t feel comfortable complaining to the institution because I would be blamed for it https://t.co/CxoVi6nwe5— Several Birds (@AlexanderDrak12) February 13, 2020 "I brought my “#WeArewithJaneDoe” poster & sat in the Honors College with my professor reading the demands. Dean Snow walked into the office & heard us discussing the demands. Then, a TCU cop came to tell us that we were breaking a handbook rule & we had to leave."#TellOnTCU— CUJE (@cujenow) February 13, 2020 “When referring to terrorist organizations, my professor used the term ‘Islamic Organizations’.”#TellOnTCU— CUJE (@cujenow) February 14, 2020 Police officers are temporarily removed from duty when they are under investigation. Why can't TCU do the same with Dean Snow? You can't educate ethical leaders if you're not one yourself? https://t.co/tCwyCF52mH— Lynn Cole (@MayaNealGiovani) February 13, 2020 #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU #TellOnTCU— Lynn Cole (@MayaNealGiovani) February 13, 2020 "I can count the number of public restrooms @TCU that I can use w/o feeling uncomfortable on my fingers. I don’t belong in a men’s or women’s room. I’m tired of scheduling around which bathrooms I can use, walking flights of stairs to use the bathroom or settling." #TellOnTCU— CUJE (@cujenow) February 13, 2020 "I’m tired of being typified. I’m tired of being asked if I play sports & professors being surprised by my intellect. I'm tired of being looked at as if I’m in the wrong classroom & of people justifying my presence w/ Community Scholars. I’m tired of @TCU pimping me."#TellOnTCU— CUJE (@cujenow) February 13, 2020 We will not be silenced! #WeAreWithJaneDoe pic.twitter.com/SSB5Rg9yuZ— Shelby Johnson (@thatssoshelb) February 10, 2020 EVERYONE NEEDS TO READ THIS…Truly vile, disgusting, and malicious..I’m speechless. My heart goes out to this student#wearewithjanedoe https://t.co/5ZOl8hwLQs— JonPaul (@JonTheTan) January 22, 2020 To our dear sister Jane Doe, I’m sorry you had to endure this, especially at the hands of a university that claims to be at the the forefront of diversity, equity, and inclusion.#wearewithjanedoe@TCU we expect justice and nothing short of it.https://t.co/qBdgF6qjOT— Ra🌞 (@rdhduke) January 22, 2020 This degree of discrimination is not to be tolerated. We all deserve to be heard, seen, and treated equally. #WeAreWithJaneDoe https://t.co/RM5zdjPj4d— J〽️ (@ManningJamison) January 22, 2020 On behalf of NAACP we would like to stand with Jane Doe. We are sorry that you had to ever go through such a traumatic experience! Although disappointing the minority students at TCU aren’t surprised 🤦🏽♀️ @TCU #wearewithjanedoe— TCU NAACP #6822 (@tcu_naacp) January 22, 2020 BSA stands with Jane Doe.#WeAreWithJaneDoe https://t.co/zPtXIs8BoC— TCU BSA (@_TCU_BSA) January 22, 2020 Justice for Jane Doe Rally on Wed. 2/5 from 12-1 in front of Frog Fountain. Show TCU that #wearewithjanedoe pic.twitter.com/7jyUlujktf— Saffyre Falkenberg, MA (@SaffyreF) January 29, 2020 To say I’m relieved to finally leave this hell hole soon is an understatement#WeAreWithJaneDoe🙏🏾https://t.co/Qd6sLBAxxP— Chels💙💜 (@_chhelsea) January 22, 2020 As a student, I’m disgusted! To @TCU , this is unacceptable! To the student whom was affected, words can only heal so much, but I want you to know that we are praying for you and you have an army of people filled with love and support! #wearewithjanedoe https://t.co/gCyhSB4apM— Ontario Brown (@OntarioBrown) January 23, 2020 We as a community will not stand for this 😡 #wearewithjanedoe— TCU QUES (@TCU_Ques) January 22, 2020 JOIN THE MOVEMENT AND SIGN THE PETITION! https://t.co/OMjP0oNaaY— CUJE (@cujenow) February 5, 2020 Please read this article about white supremacist propaganda on campus. Just this semester there have been two accounts that the university has neglected to report to its community & has left the job to its students. Please be aware of your surroundings. https://t.co/TJvQYUdDNG— CUJE (@cujenow) February 10, 2020 Time to recharge before we start another work week! Keep the signatures and stories coming! We can’t say too much, but don’t take your eyes off us! 👀🤫 pic.twitter.com/sX0rT9EeWl— CUJE (@cujenow) February 9, 2020 New Campaign! We’re collecting stories to counter and challenge the false narratives around student experiences portrayed by TCU’s marketing. ✉️ DM us ✉️ Fill out our website form ✉️ Email us We will respect requests for anonymity. Stay tuned! 👀🤫 pic.twitter.com/WQomwzPFze— CUJE (@cujenow) February 7, 2020 A banner signifying unity with Jane Doe was hung up on the balcony of the third floor. Walked outside to take a picture and it's no longer up. That's speaking volumes. pic.twitter.com/8cAx3gAwQ4— sailor jupiter (@teenartache) February 10, 2020 When discussing the Atatiana Jefferson protest, a student affiliating themselves with Steven Crowder was arguing with me about the reason for the event. When I explained how I feel as a minority, he said, “If you are so uncomfortable, then why don’t you just transfer?” #TellOnTCU— CUJE (@cujenow) February 18, 2020 Hearing people complain about POC only making it in the Honors program, or TCU in general, on a quota. #TellOnTCU— CUJE (@cujenow) February 18, 2020 Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related By Cody Jackson Cody Jackson is a PhD student in rhetoric and composition at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. View Archive → ← 2020 Democratic Candidates | Statements and Plans Related to Disability → 2/12/2020: “The Violence of Hostile Accommodations” by ChrisTiana ObeySumner Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. 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