“staging a sit-in at the Ohio Union followed by a march to the state Capitol”
The Columbus Police Department should comply. Simply announce that they will no longer respond to emergency calls from Ohio State.
Campus Reform reports:
Ohio State students occupy student union, demand school cut ties with Columbus police
Several hundred Ohio State University students and community members demanded an end to the school’s contracts with Columbus Police by staging a sit-in at the Ohio Union followed by a march to the state Capitol.
According to The Lantern, the college’s student newspaper, the group is demanding that the university cut ties with Columbus Police. Speakers at the event reportedly criticized the police for not enforcing a statewide curfew and instead sledding with students one night in February, and for their response to a block party called “Chitt Fest” that spiraled into a riot, causing property destruction and flipping cars.
Check that. Several hundred. Now occupying = taking back = the Ohio Union. And making it a student union again. pic.twitter.com/YaKcg3WmdF
— Pranav Jani (@redguju) April 21, 2021
— Benjamin McKean (@BLMcKean) April 21, 2021
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