“Any person in power who knows of sexual abuse at a university and does
nothing must be held to account, whether they are a member of Congress, the
president of the university, or a coach.”1
– Jordan Acker, University of Michigan Board of Regents
What is Chairman Acker doing to help the 850 victims of Dr. Robert E. Anderson? Nothing.
“You can’t ignore this problem. I think too many times, the survivors of the
assault is made to feel ignored, made to feel that they should be quiet and
not pursue this. The University, first and foremost, needs to put a plan
together to protect the rights of the survivor of the assault, and the voice
of that survivor needs to be heard.”2
– Michael Behm, University of Michigan Board of Regents
Today, Regent Michael Behm is quiet on the abuse that happened at his institution by Dr. Robert E. Anderson.
“It’s in the long-term interest of the institution to address these issues in
a way that’s focused on making things right for the victims, for people who
are harmed by the institution, because then, you are preserving the
integrity of the institution in the long run.”3
– Mark Bernstein, University of Michigan Board of Regents
When will Regent Bernstein make things right for the 850 victims of Dr. Robert E. Anderson?
“If the university’s board believes in its creed, it’s well past
the time to do the right thing for all victims of a monster. Give us our
humanity, our dignity back, and help us give back the shame to that man who deserves
– Survivor of Dr. Robert E. Anderson
- Jordan Acker, Twitter, July 3, 2018