|Professor Mireille Miller-Young and a supporter|
in possession of pro-life poster snatched from
She is known for her feminist views, dislike for pro-life picket signs, and those who carry them.
21-year-old Joan Short says Miller-Young lost her tolerance (paraphrased) after spotting the student and her pro-life companions holding signs with the intent of engaging passing students in conversation.
The Independent.com referred to their activities as 'proselytizing' and distributing photographs.
From the source article we read:
Joan claimed Miller-Young, accompanied by a few of her students, led the gathering crowd in a chant of “Tear down the sign! Tear down the sign!” before grabbing one of the banners and walking with it across campus.
Joan said she called 9-1-1 and Thrin started filming, and that the pair followed Miller-Young and two of her students — who Joan referred to as “the fugitives” — into nearby South Hall.
As Miller-Young and the students boarded an elevator, Joan said that Thrin repeatedly blocked the door with her hand and foot and that Miller-Young continually pushed her back. Miller-Young then exited the elevator and tried to yank Thrin away from the door while the students attempted to take her smartphone.
“As Thrin tried to get away, the professor’s fingernails left bloody scratches on her arms,” Joan claimed. The struggle ended when Thrin relented, Miller-Young walked off, the students rode up in the elevator, and officers arrived to interview those involved.Continue reading ►
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WND.com described Miller-Young as "A professor of feminist studies who specializes in teaching pornography, queer theory and black film."
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