Cornell Student Government Removes Reps Who Voted Against Disarming Police

Posted on AllSides December 15th, 2020
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Cornell University's student government removed two representatives who voted against a resolution to disarm the police.

On Dec. 8, Cornell's student assembly removed Vice President of Research and Accountability Annie Gleiberman for voting against a bill that would disarm the university's police department. The assembly's executive committee claims that Gleiberman condoned "acts of racism, physical aggression, and emotional violence" by voting against the resolution. Per the student government's rules, a vice president can only be removed through a unanimous vote. When Morgan Baker, another member of the assembly, said she...

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