Law students denounce Napolitano commencement speech

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University of California President Janet Napolitano deported thousands of undocumented citizens in her time as Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. Now, UC Hastings College of Law students want Napolitano deported from their graduation ceremony. 

Current and past UC Hastings students launched a petition protesting an upcoming graduation commencement speech from Napolitano, who oversaw what some say are record deportations in the United States. 

The Change.Org petition against the speech minces no words in denouncing her role in seperating families from their homes, and from each other. 

"As Secretary for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Ms. Napolitano spearheaded inhumane policies, including wide implementation of so-called 'Secure Communities,' a deportation program notorious for its conflation of the criminal and immigration systems," the petition states. "Her actions have caused profound tragedy to members of the Class of 2014, their families, and members of the Hastings community at large."

Napolitano was hired on as president of the University of California system last year, sparking protests from undocumented student rights groups up and down the state, which we've covered previously ["Undocumented and Unafraid", 11/13]. Two student groups, Hastings Students for Immigrants' Rights and Hastings La Raza Law Association, initially voiced concern over the choice of Napolitano as commencement speaker. When their outcry fell on the school adminstration's deaf ears, the students reached out to Hastings alumni for help. 

"I was immediately concerned," Noemi Gallardo, a 2012 Hastings alum told the Guardian. "Students are investing a lot of money in their schooling, and graduation is a celebrant time," she said, except now families who are immigrants, or children of immigrants, will have their commencement given by one of the most controversial figures in their community.

"Bringing Napolitano celebrates scare tactics and harmful policies," Gallardo said.

Gallardo and a group of alumni launched the petition and an open letter to Chancellor and Dean Frank H. Wu, which was signed by 15 Hastings student organizations, including the Hastings chapter of the National Lawyers Guild. The petition garnered more than 300 individual supporters in its first few days. 

Napolitano speaking to these students makes about as much sense as asking asking Mitt Romney to give a speech to Occupy Wall Streeters. Maybe that's why Gallardo's inbox was overflowing with students asking for help in stopping Napolitano from giving the speech.

"I've received phone calls, emails, Facebook messages," Gallardo said. She and a group of fellow Hastings alum sat down for a meeting on Napolitano with Frank H. Wu, chancellor and dean of UC Hastings. 

Gallardo and alum hoped Wu would back down on the decision, but instead he's doubled down. Wu issued a statement to students and posted it publicly on the UC Hastings website. 

"I would like to acknowledge those from the UC Hastings community who have raised this issue—some of whom have had loved ones deported," Wu wrote. "As the child of immigrants myself, I have experienced the effects of restrictive policies for determining who may become a citizen....as Chancellor and Dean of this law school, I want to be unequivocal: I am proud that we have trained advocates for a cause who wish to stand up and speak out. We will do our utmost to protect the free speech rights of those who wish to share their opinions, while ensuring that the dignity of the Commencement ceremony is maintained."

But caveats aside, Wu ended the letter by reasserting his commitment to Napolitano as commencement speaker. "We do not shy away from the controversy that is integral to the progress of the law," he wrote. "In this spirit, I look forward to welcoming University of California President Janet Napolitano to the stage for Commencement on May 10."

For Gallardo, denouncing Napolitano as commencement speaker is not just political, it's personal.

She's a first generation American, and her parents are both from Mexico. "We lived very humbly," she said. She's worked in the immigrant community for close to a decade, from legal work to translations. She now runs a policy consulting group that works closely with nonprofits, adressing language access, legislation and education issues affecting minority communities. 

"This," she said, "hit close to home."

Students, alumni and their supporters also spoke out against Napolitano's speech via Twitter using the commencement hashtag #UCHastings2014

Comments

They state their position and expect you to agree. If you don't agree you are probably sexist, racist, homophobic, anti-American, anti-Christian or whatever the buzzword they use instead of doing any thinking on their own.

Mathew has the same thinking pathology demonstrated in his post of a Creationist, John Birch Society Member, 30's Stalinist, born again Jesus type, etc...

Posted by Guest on Apr. 27, 2014 @ 1:04 pm

and I've spent a fair time in the deep south

Posted by Guest on Apr. 27, 2014 @ 1:11 pm

is racist.

They state a position around race then howl that not agreeing is racist.

An equal analogy would be religionists who howl that evolutionists are anti-Christian because they laugh at creationism and it's anti-science.

Mathew will make a great lawyer, he will believe anything that works to his advantage so will never have to wrestle with any personal sense of right and wrong.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 10:40 pm

racism is thinking one race is better than the other, most people who want our nations laws obeyed are not racists, the people injecting race here are the racialists.

Racialism on the other hand is when one group thinks that a race is entitled to something, the racialist here is you. Past racialists like George Wallace made everything about racial entitlement. You make everything about race and think certain races are entitled to break our laws and build bizarre strawman arguments to cover for your obsessions around race.

Your posts are a steady string of learned victimology that comes from being properly indoctrinated by the people at the front of the class room, give the real non PC working world a try for a few years.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 27, 2014 @ 11:51 am

Hatred of illegals is xenophobia, because they hate white illegals as well.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 27, 2014 @ 1:08 pm

But in this context, Mathew thinks that Latino types should not have to obey the law. They have a special entitlement according to Mathew, this is racialism. George Wallace thought whites were entitled to certain government jobs and different and better schools, Mathew thinks they have an entitlement to break the law. The language even mirrors "outsides telling us what to do with our ________"

That pesky federal government telling us - what to do with our schools / deporting our undocumented "citizens"

Posted by Guest on Apr. 27, 2014 @ 1:46 pm

As a UC hastings student and one who does not support Napolitano for this year's commencement speech, I would just like to address the extremely ignorant remarks being made about law students having to accept her simply because they are law students. The law is about progress, justice, and equity. None of these are things which Napolitano stands for in her most recent role at the DHS. I am proud of my fellow students because they are not simply rolling over and accepting what people are calling societal norms that have been set into place. The thing about lawyers is that they are responsible for change in the law and in society. Anyone who blindly follows policies and laws because they have been put into place, has no understanding of the law and the American legal system. The first thing we learn in law school is, the law is not perfect.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 25, 2014 @ 7:15 pm

Enjoy your future life of unemployment and massive debt.

At least you will have your sense of moral superiority to sustain you!

Posted by Guest on Apr. 25, 2014 @ 11:50 pm

"The thing about lawyers is that they are responsible for change in the law and in society."

LOL. Full of yourself, aren't you?

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 6:06 am

The law is about equity AND stability. These students see a figurehead for immigration policies and choose to speak out. But they ignore the fact that she was a public official tasked with carrying out the laws our government has enacted. This isn't about changing the law; they can't even change who will speak at their graduation. A vocal minority wants to ruin the commencement for their fellow students because they are looking for a fight. They should go protest someone actually in charge of the policies, not someone who comes as a guest to celebrate their graduation.

If a defense attorneys could simply not represent clients because of their crimes, that would be a poor system indeed. In the same way, Ms. Napolitano had to carry out the immigration policies she was charged with representing. Following the law isn't the same as blindly following it. Our profession doesn't cease because of differing opinions; it thrives in spite of them.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 4:35 pm

I've been part of this campaign from the beginning, and I'm glad to see that Hastings is covering it. As someone who will be a 3L Representative on ASUCH next year, I want to ensure that Hastings doesn't make this mistake again.

The Obama Administration has deported a record number of undocumented workers from the United States. Many students at Hastings have family members who are among those numbers. To have the administration official responsible for executing this policy be a speaker at our school - one of the most diverse law schools in the United States - is incredibly offensive.

As future lawyers, we know our immigration system is broken and needs massive reform. We should be honoring the activists fighting for that reform, rather than the official who implemented the current policies which tear families apart and deport law-abiding workers.

Posted by Matthew Denney Class of 2015 on Apr. 25, 2014 @ 7:16 pm

"one of the most diverse law schools in the United States"

Hastings will rip anyone off, no matter their race, creed, or sexual preferences!

Suckers.

Enjoy your massive debt!

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 6:04 am

By suggesting that law school is a "rip off" and that we should enjoy "massive debt," you seem to be demeaning the value of education entirely. Which makes me wonder why you'd even be interested in this article. If you don't support UC-Hastings as an institution of higher education, you shouldn't even be commenting on our internal affairs.

Posted by Matthew Denney Class of 2015 on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 5:16 pm

"Apparently working-class people shouldn't get an education?"

I don't think that working-class people should be massively ripped-off by wealthy deans, administrators, and senior faculty at law schools, but that is in fact what is happening.

Going to law school is a financial disaster for most people who do it.

UC Hastings is a classic example of a "trap school" - a school that allegedly has a good reputation, but in fact has poor outcomes for its graduates. The school charges more than 47K for in-state students, and more than 53K for non-residents. (Throw in another 23K or so for living expenses.)

Of the 371 2013 graduates of Hastings reporting employment, only 266 of those are actually employed, so nearly a third of the graduates have no job at all. Only 212 of the employed people have full-time jobs that require a JD - Hastings doesn't report how many of the other "employed" people are working at Starbucks. Only 195 people (about half of the graduates) have a permanent job - the other 75 employed people have a temporary job. (In 2011, Hastings employed 39 of its new graduates part-time, which definitely made the employment numbers look better.)

US News lists the average law student indebtedness - for those members of the UC Hastings JD Class of 2012 who incurred debt for law school - as $114,736 and, 89 percent of the graduates took on such debt.

It remains to be seen how many of the 212 "full-time" employed graduates are actually making enough money to pay off a six-figure debt.

You should be protesting, but Napolitano isn't the person you should be protesting.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 7:25 pm

and needs reform, yet you find it incredibly offensive to hear from someone who was intimately involved in the process? a true insider? maybe by hearing what she has to say you might have your perspective broadened a bit and take new facts into account in you decision making. but instead you'd rather her voice be silenced? diversity, which you are rightly proud of at Hastings, doesn't mean just listening to viewpoints you agree with

just a thought

Posted by GuestD on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 8:10 am

Students would have no issue with Napolitano coming to campus to discuss her career. We are more upset about her appearance at a commencement where she will be talking at graduating students who have had their parents deported under the policies she implemented and lauded as an inspirational figure. Graduation should be a time of celebration, not an academic debate.

- Class of 2014 Member

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 8:28 am

What part of that don't you get?

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 10:53 am

... so why protest a figurehead for enforcing policies she was legally obligated to follow?

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 4:39 pm

Because it allows them to pat themselves on the back. "See how progressive and forward thinking we are?" Of course it's ineffective and useless, but so what? It SOUNDS good.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 5:21 pm

We are requesting a speaker (or no speaker at all) who will not be emotionally triggering for students who have had their families torn apart by the policies she spearheaded. My classmates deserve not to be reminded of a tragic event in their lives--events they themselves had nothing to do with--on what should be a happy day. The university could pick from literally thousands of speakers who would not hurt students.

The students speaking out are not a minority. The graduating students' elected "class council" which oversees all aspects of graduation has demanded a new speaker and are upset to have been left in the dark regarding the selection of Napolitano.

Posted by Graduating Hastings Student on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 5:27 pm

"We are requesting a speaker (or no speaker at all) who will not be emotionally triggering for students who have had their families torn apart by the policies she spearheaded."

My God, you people want to become lawyers, and you can't tolerate listening to a former Cabinet member because it might be "emotionally triggering"?

What on Earth are you going to do if you actually make it into a courtroom, and you have to face a experienced lawyer who is snide, insulting, and devoted to making you and your client look as bad as possible - burst into tears?

A key part of being an attorney is being able to respond to and refute arguments - demanding that Mommy make people you don't like go away will not get you far in the real world.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 7:42 pm

No one is crying. We are advocating for what we want. The idea that we want all of our classmates to enjoy the ceremony is not outrageous--it's common decency.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 8:03 pm

No one is crying. We are advocating for what we want. It's not outrageous to want all graduating students to be able to enjoy the ceremony--it's common decency.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 8:05 pm

What a joke - this is the newest most extreme version of PCism which is designed to prevent anyone from saying anything at anytime which anyone finds even remotely objectionable - it's Newspeak for a thought-crime.

The proponents of "emotional trigger" warnings are right now combing through books seeking to insert "trigger warnings" in front of every passage which is designed to cause emotion. They're even targeting Chinua Achebe's "Things Fall Apart." They're a new generation of book burners and censors. And it's totally unsurprising they've found succor in a place like Hastings - they value free speech but only when it's speech THEY agree with.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 9:51 pm

The function of the law is to shut up anyone I disagree with!

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 10:18 pm
Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 10:44 pm

Ignore the Constitution's bourgeois requirements - it was written by dead white men!!

Posted by Guest on Apr. 25, 2014 @ 8:23 pm
Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 1:49 am

The Soviet Constitution of 1936 would be a good start...

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 6:15 am

Let me know how it goes.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 7:44 am

unless of course it works to my advantage as is somehow, then it is cast in stone.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 10:48 pm

constitution. What did those dead white guys know anyway? They only created the most successful nation on the planet.

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Posted by Guest on Apr. 26, 2014 @ 8:01 am

This article and the controversy surrounding the entire matter does not reflect the feelings of the entire Hastings student community. Some may agree with the politics; some may understand that the state of the law; some may understand that she was doing her job.

Regardless, there is no reason why there should be so much animosity toward law students, no matter where they attend. Everyone, law students included, has the right to express their beliefs. Wishing students, any students, failure is wholly unnecessary and reflects poorly on those who say things like that.

However, this controversy should also not overshadow the moment for those students who are looking forward to graduation, regardless of who the speaker is.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 27, 2014 @ 2:08 pm

Thank you! There is a silent majority of Hastings students who find this whole thing has been blown way out of proportion. It makes our already less than shiny reputation even worse. I hope these students stop making noise about this soon. I especially hope they do not embarrass everyone by protesting as they are threatening to do. Let's just get through graduation and celebrate.

Posted by Hastings Class 2014 on Apr. 28, 2014 @ 10:24 am

As future officers of the court and expected to uphold the legal system, this is the most ridiculous petition ever. Illegals have no right to break the law and it is embarrassing for future officers of the court to support an illegal practice that burdens the American taxpayers and disrupts social, economic and political balance of this great country. There are many options of legal migration available used by millions of people every years and there is simply no excuse to break the law.

I am ashamed to be a student at hastings where unreasonable liberalism overtakes common sense....smh

Posted by 1L on Apr. 27, 2014 @ 4:25 pm

Would UC Hastings' chancellor and dean invite law-abiding government servants who implemented the Jim Crow laws or the Nuremberg laws or the Indian Removal Act or the Chinese Exclusion Act or the internment of Japanese Americans to keynote its commencement ceremony? Inviting them to engage in a true dialogue may be appropriate and even critical to achieving restorative justice, but I certainly don't think they would be appropriate for a commencement ceremony.

Posted by UC Hastings Alumna on Apr. 27, 2014 @ 4:41 pm

Abolish all immigration laws!

Anyone who can get to the United States automatically becomes a citizen upon arrival!

Why, there's at least thirty million people in Pakistan alone who would love to come to the United States!

Then we will finally have a just and perfect society!

Posted by Guest on Apr. 27, 2014 @ 4:57 pm

Okay we'll work on that. But first I demand Mexico abolish it's southern border wall and allow any Honduran, Guatemalan, Venezuelan, or El Salvadoran full entry and citizenship. After that's done we can talk about how the U.S. should do that for every illegal alien who crosses our border.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 27, 2014 @ 5:32 pm

Yeah, it would be interesting to hear from Matthew or one of the other "immigration laws are immoral" crowd whether they are willing to support the enforcement of ***any*** immigration law.

I mean, I get that they don't think that anyone should be deported, and that there should be no immigration enforcement at the Mexican border, but do they think that we should maintain our current visa system, or is that immoral too? (Of course, in their world, anyone who can't get a US visa who can get to Mexico can simply enter through the unpatrolled Southern border.)

If you have **no** immigration restrictions, then it really is a system where anyone on Earth who can get to the United States, whether by aircraft or tramp steamer, can immigrate to the US.

Have they really thought through the consequences of doing that?

Posted by Guest on Apr. 27, 2014 @ 6:12 pm

The conformity on the left as as bad as it has ever been on the right or during the McCarthy era.

The ad hoc mixture of trying to be PC along with the narrowness of thought doesn't make for a very open process for these people.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 27, 2014 @ 6:30 pm

are subjective.

The people who get the most self righteous about morals are the ones who want to impose their morals on others. The PC shouters here do so because they want to out shout and get their way.

Comparing US immigration laws which all nations have to all that listed is reprehensible. So the authors... umm... morals are in question.

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