Ann Rhodes--Radical Feminist

 

Our internet publicity campaign is most likely the only reason the university
took any action at all in the first place.  Obviously they still aren't
getting the picture when they maintain such a huge double standard as
permitting Anne Rhodes to remain while outright FIRING white men who make far
less egregious statements than she did.  So your suggestion to step up the
campaign is timely.

The University of Iowa, a public institution which uses our tax dollars to
demonize men, just cannot be permitted to exist if this is the way it insists
on treating men.  Our boys do NOT deserve to be insulted and slandered in this
way.

IF they continue to fail to ACT, we hereby demand that all public funds be
withdrawn from this institution.  There are lawsuits involved, but a public
mandate like Proposition 209 is what will be the most effective.  These
lawsuits should proceed, but the real action will be with we the people.


"Bill Wood" <woodb01@bellsouth.net> wrote:
Who is Ann Rhodes and what comment did she make?  Has anyone started to
organize a "publicity campaign" in her state about the University supporting
her for her twisted ideology?

We miss many opportunities like this to expose the hate, sickness, and
disease of feminism.  It would be interesting to send a message to EVERY
member of the Board of Regents AND to the news media as an op-ed piece
asking why the University supports such garbage and then asking why this
person is even qualified to teach with such viewpoints...

JMO,
Bill

PS.  Stir the pot, show the DISEASE that these sick feminists have and then
show the connection to the educational establishment.  Send the quotes about
what feminists believe and start educating the public...


> If Ann Rhodes is not summarily FIRED, in exactly the same way that
numerous
> men have been summarily fired for even less egregious comments than hers,
> then all universities around the country had better start re-hiring all of
> the men who WERE fired.
>
> This woman is a FEMINIST and does not deserve special treatment (other
than
> to be treated as all feminists should be treated).
>
> What is the justification for this?  How is this to be explained?
>
> John Knight
>
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Stu Wieneke" <wien3@uswest.net>
> To: <backlash@egroups.com>
> Sent: Friday, July 07, 2000 1:55 PM
> Subject: Re: [backlash] Ann Rhodes Update
>
>
> >
> >
> > James Mahoney wrote:
> >
> > > I found this at the University of Iowa web site.  It took a lot of
> > > searching.  There was very little there in the way of articles about
Ann
> > > Rhodes in general.  As it turns out she was the VP of university
> > > relations, and according to the org chart, her office had control of
the
> > > press releases and other news outlets of the university.   So she lost
> > > her administrative position and will go back to the classroom,
probably
> > > with a golden parachute.  Can you imagine a man in a similar situation
> > > who would be allowed to keep his job for an additional 2 months after
> the
> > > incident.
> > >
> >
> >     Picking and choosing here, Should anyof us be surprised at the
> following
> > ? ~ Stu
> >
> > >
> > >      Rhodes also will teach in the UI College of Nursing, where she
has
> > > had a long relationship, and in the College of
> > >      Education's program in higher education administration.
> > >
> > >
> > >      Dean of Nursing Melanie Dreher echoed Damico's comments. "As a
> nurse
> > > and lawyer, Ann's presence will
> > >      benefit both undergraduate and graduate students," Dreher said.
"We
> > > look forward to her becoming more
> > >      involved in our college."
> > >
> > >      Rhodes earned her bachelor of science in nursing degree from the
> > > College of St. Teresa and her master's degree
> > >      in nursing of children from the UI College of Nursing. She has
been
> > > a nursing practitioner, educator and
> > >      administrator. She also earned her juris doctor degree with
> > > distinction from the UI College of Law.
> > >
> > >      She served as assistant to the director and legal counsel of UI
> > > Hospitals and Clinics from 1983-87, was assistant
> > >      vice president for finance and university services from 1987-91,
> and
> > > has been vice president for university
> > >      relations since 1991. She has adjunct faculty appointments in the
> > > Colleges of Law and Nursing and teaches the
> > >      law of intercollegiate athletics.
> >
> >

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22202 Ann Rhodes Pontiff Maximus Sat Jul 8, 2000 5:10pm
22199 Ann Rhodes Update Fathers' Manifesto Sat Jul 8, 2000 4:58pm
22197 Ann Rhodes Pontiff Maximus Sat Jul 8, 2000 4:54pm
22196 UIowa Search Results Pontiff Maximus Sat Jul 8, 2000 4:53pm
22195 The University of Iowa Center for Human Rights Pontiff Maximus Sat Jul 8, 2000 4:52pm
22194 Re: Ann Rhodes Update Bill Wood Sat Jul 8, 2000 4:11pm
22164 Ann Rhodes Update Fathers Manifesto Sat Jul 8, 2000 0:59am
19940 Wo! - Vagina Control! Humberto Nunez Tue May 2, 2000 9:12am
19927 Ann Rhodes Fathers Manifesto Tue May 2, 2000 0:58am
19914 Re: University of Iowa Facing Civil Rights Compla Fathers Manifesto Mon May 1, 2000 10:20pm
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19905 Ann Rhodes Fathers Manifesto Mon May 1, 2000 8:53pm
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