Dear Students, Parents, Faculty and Staff and friends of The Weber School: Like you, I have experienced a variety of feelings during the past week since the murder of George Floyd: sadness, shock and considerable despair for the injustices that confront our society. While exploring ways to find meaning and to respond with a sense of purpose, a close friend and teacher of mine reminded me of the moral challenge issued nearly fifty years ago by Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel:
“Morally speaking, there is no limit to the concern one must feel for the suffering of human beings, that indifference to evil is worse than evil itself, that in a free society, some are guilty, but all are responsible.”
Office of College Advising
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