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LIVE UPDATES: Day Two of Gaza Encampment Protests on Campus – A Look at the Scenes

An IUPD officer at Dunn Meadow distributed flyers that outlined the prohibition of overnight camping and unapproved structures. Violating IU property rules could lead to arrest and prosecution for criminal trespass. Demonstrators urged each other not to take the flyers from police. In a faculty email, the College of Arts and Sciences expressed concern for arrested students and faculty. Therapist Jessica McDonald and her arrested husband, IU professor David McDonald, provided independent trauma therapy resources. Faculty member Barbara Dennis shared her experience at the protest and in jail. David McDonald attended the faculty protest and condemned the actions of state troopers. Multiple faculty members joined a protest outside Bryan Hall calling for changes in IU’s policies.


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