Sharing Professor Healy’s Protest Story with Congress
Quoted from the Source "Last week, as she was standing with fellow Portlanders peacefully exercising their constitutional rights to freedom of speech and assembly, Associate Professor of History and Department Chair Maureen Healy (known to colleagues and students as Mo) was shot in the head by a “less lethal” round fired by a law enforcement officer.
To convey the profound level of dismay at how Professor Healy and many other Portlanders have been treated, and to support a full inquiry into the use of federal forces in local matters, President Wiewel sent a letter last week to our congressional representatives: Senator Ron Wyden, Senator Jeff Merkley, and U.S. Representative Earl Blumenauer BA ’70, JD ’76. Appended to that letter was a statement by Professor Healy and a (graphic) photograph of her the night she was injured."
Letters and addresses can be found through the link.