OBERLIN — Pictures of Iranian women executed by the Iranian government in the late 1980s will be shown during a Saturday, March 5, protest again calling for the termination of Oberlin College professor Mohammad Jafar Mahallati.
December 28, 2021 Dear Members of the Oberlin Board of Trustees, On October 8, 2020, we wrote to President Carmen Twillie Ambar (the “Initial Letter”), setting out our serious concernsContinue reading “Letter to Oberlin Board of Trustees”
By Jason Hawk The Chronicle-Telegram Nov 03, 2021 5:00 AM OBERLIN — Their fathers and mothers, brothers and sisters, classmates and friends were put to death and buried in massContinue reading “Protesters want Mahallati fired: Oberlin College professor accused of role in 1988 Iran mass executions”
We, a group of families of executed political prisoners in Iran, Oberlin College students and alumni, and human rights activists, are holding a protest against the reported “crimes against humanity”Continue reading “Press Release: Protest against Oberlin College’s Mahallati for mass executions“
در ۸ اکتبر سال گذشته ، ما نامه ای به خانم کارمن تویلی آمبار، رئیس کالج اوبرلین ، ارسال کردیم که به امضای صدها جان باخته، بازمانده و کارشناسان سازمانContinue reading “جواب کمپین “عدالت برای قربانیان محلاتی” به تحقیقات ادعایی کالج اوبرلین”
Dear President Ambar, We the undersigned are a group of former political prisoners in Iran, families of executed political prisoners, human rights activists who work for justice and accountability, andContinue reading “Our First Letter to Oberlin College”