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Ananda Mirilli, manager of YWCA Madison's restorative justice program, says that the punitive approach is likely to hit families of color harder.
The conservative UW law professor took exception to views expressed in a Cap Times story on the subject.
The Pocan campaign says alleged text messages are entirely made up and has referred the matter to police.
A trio of high-profile UW-Madison professors went public Wednesday with concerns about President Barack Obama's planned Thursday campaign rally.
Talk show host Bill O'Reilly called him "a loon." The head of a conservative think tank said he fed students propaganda and egged on a student "mob." The comments were directed at UW-Madison's chief diversity officer, Damon Williams.
"A freedom really has to exist in your mind if you are faculty member; you have to be free in your thoughts without a fear of reprisal," Tom Loftus says. "Otherwise you get this self-censorship."