Condemnation of the assualt against Michigan State University student Zachary Tennen must be pronounced loud and clear, and, in unison with the the interfaith community, among other citizens.
Today, the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion called on "law enforcement and MSU faculty and students to bring justice to Tennen, a journalism sophomore allegedly attacked early Sunday morning after being asked if he was Jewish."
A sign of solidarity at a press conference is in order in the next couple days.
To stand up while others choose to sit and say nothing is the right thing to do.
"We must stand up for the other at times when they are most vulnerable and discriminated against,"
said president and CEO of the MRDI.
For more information, visit www.miroundtable.org.