November 30, 2006

Coverage of Solidarity against Hatred

Dartmouth's website has a list of speakers (with their speeches linked) and some pictures.

The Boston Globe's story is here.

The New England Patriot (a fellow Dartmouth blogger) speaks eloquently about the rally (and the events leading up to it) here.

Valley News here.

The New York Times also picked up the AP wire story, as did CNN.

One note: A lot of the coverage has not picked up on the fact that the rally was supporting not only NADs, but all those who have found themselves on the receiving end of racism, sexism, classism, homophobia, and just general bullying. This was a rally of solidarity not just for and with Native Americans, but for the entire campus.

More: An article in Campus Progress by DFP writer Nichola Tucker.

Another blogger, Dartmouth alum Sylvia Chi, reacts to the events from off campus.

You also may want to check out the comments section of this post on IvyGate.


  1. Anonymous11:20 AM

    What's with the liberal NYT adding in the "sometimes" to the phrase "has had a sometimes adversarial relationship with minority students."

    Clearly they didn't find an instance of the review not being adversarial towards minorities (or anyone for that matter). Damn liberal media.

  2. As I pointed out in the post (try reading some time, it's fun), this is an AP story, not a NYT-written story.

  3. Anonymous2:43 PM

    Let's play "Who's more sensible?"
    From the Valley News article:

    A: “I don't read the Review, I never have, and I don't intend to start now, because they're the lunatic fringe. I think they know the effect that they want to have is to hurt people.”

    B: “The people on The Dartmouth Review, they're not white supremacists or whatever. They’re just lashing out against political correctness.”

    A is Michael Hanitchak '73, the administrator in charge of the NAD's (the big NAD?).

    B is Frank Gutierrez '07, a student at the College.

    Where's Boxing Day when you need it?