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Information on Union's Response to the Ferguson and Staten Island Non-Indictments

 

Union Theological Seminary students, faculty, and staff have been at the center of protests in the wake of the non-indictments of police officers who killed unarmed African Americans in Ferguson, MO and Staten Island, NY.


 

Holland Lee Hendrix, 14th President of Union, Dies at 66

Union Theological Seminary mourns the loss of our esteemed President Emeritus, Holland Lee Hendrix.  He died on Wednesday, November 26, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, of lung cancer, according to his family.


 

Union Seminary Reaction to Ferguson: Serene Jones, Cornel West, and Foster Pinkney

 

Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York reacted with overwhelming sadness and anger at the announcement by the grand jury in Ferguson, MO that found that Officer Darren Wilson will not go to trial for the shooting death of Michael Brown. 


 

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