Friday, October 18, 2013

Putting Michael Campbell on the Map

We have initiated an e-mailing action to put social pressure on principal Michael Campbell of Sparkman High School in Harvest, Alabama. We feel that Campbell needs to be evaluated by a jury of his peers - i.e. the human race worldwide. Please go to the following blog page, which I have set up expressly for this project:

http://justice4chrisa.blogspot.com/

On that page, you will find a description of the proposed action, and how to get involved if you choose to do so. Also, if you are not yet acquainted with this episode (involving principal Campbell and the late Adam Adamek), you will find a basic introduction and links to further information.

Please share this with anybody and everybody, and encourage all alike to participate.

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Update: I would like to thank Men's Rights Edmonton for mirroring this post on their website:

http://www.mensrightsedmonton.com/putting-michael-campbell-on-the-map

I would would also like to thank TyphonBlue for mirroring this post on Genderratic:

http://www.genderratic.com/p/3383/put-principal-michael-campbell-on-the-map/

I would like to thank Kevin Wayne for passing along the word on Under the Goddess:

http://underthegoddess.tumblr.com/post/64555099024/justice-for-christian-adamek

5 Comments:

Blogger Suzanne McCarley said...

Thank you!

6:05 PM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

Not a problem.

6:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Neither Michael Campbell nor the world at large will understand the problem - Michael was raised, as most boys are, to please women.

The protest needs to identify why society so easily considers boys' behaviour as a problem and who/what is promoting that attitude. Targeting Michael Campbell will allow the real perpetrators freedom to continue.

You, Fidelbogen, should be the first to recognize that.

12:50 AM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

Meh. If it's all the same, it's all good. So let's make some waves.

10:37 PM  
OpenID snakeoilbaron said...

The conditioning Campbell received from society may be a mitigating circumstance but I don't think it should expunge all responsibility on his part. He had no problem assuming fully empowered agency of a teenager. As a principal should he be helped to a lower standard?

1:51 PM  

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