When the University of Florida Levin College of Law announced that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas would be teaching a compressed course on the religious clauses of the First Amendment in spring 2020, one group of law students had something to say.

Student newspaper The Independent Florida Alligator ran a letter to the editor Tuesday from a new advocacy group called We Believe Survivors. The letter asked school administrators to “explain how the celebration of Clarence Thomas’ presence on campus will help the effort to address the culture at UF that has led to an increase in campus sexual assault.”

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