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University of Missouri students show support during speeches on the Mel Carnahan quad on Monday, Nov. Wolfe, Missouri system president, would be stepping down in the midst of racial tensions on the Columbia campus. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] of Missouri President Tim Wolfe, left, and University of Missouri Chancellor R. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] students block the view of photographers covering the protest on campus on Monday, Nov.Photo by Christian Gooden, [email protected] student Jonathan Butler is helped to a car by students and family members, including his father at right, as he is taken to the hospital after ending his hunger strike after the resignation of University of Missouri System President Timothy M. Bowen Loftin participate in a news conference Friday, April 11, 2014, in Rolla, Mo. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] of Missouri communications professor Melissa Click talks to students circling tents on the Carnahan Quadrangle, locking arms to prevent media from entering the space, following the resignation of President Timothy M. 9, 2015, following the resignation of University of Missouri President Timothy M. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] students block the view of photographers covering the protest on campus on Monday, Nov.

(AP Photo/Jeff Roberson) University of Missouri students circle tents on the Carnahan Quadrangle, locking arms to prevent media from entering the space following the resignation of President Timothy M. 9, 2015, following the resignation of University of Missouri President Timothy M. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] student Jonathan Butler leads student activists in a chant to conclude a press conference on the Carnahan Quadrangle after he ended a hunger strike following the resignation of University of Missouri President Timothy M. Wolfe arrives at an emergency meeting of the Board of Curators, where he later resigned, at the Old Alumni Center, on Monday, Nov. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] block cameras as graduate student Jonathan Butler is helped to a car by family members and taken to a hospital after ending his hunger strike following the resignation of University of Missouri President Timothy M. Photo by Christian Gooden, [email protected] student Jonathan Butler is helped to a car by students and family members, including his father at right, as he is taken to the hospital after ending his hunger strike after the resignation of University of Missouri System President Timothy M. Bowen Loftin participate in a news conference Friday, April 11, 2014, in Rolla, Mo. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] of Missouri communications professor Melissa Click talks to students circling tents on the Carnahan Quadrangle, locking arms to prevent media from entering the space, following the resignation of President Timothy M. 9, 2015, following the resignation of University of Missouri President Timothy M. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] students block the view of photographers covering the protest on campus on Monday, Nov.

The news conference was held to discuss an outside legal review of the university's response to a case involving school swimmer Sasha Menu Courey, who killed herself 16 months after an alleged off-campus rape by as many as three football players in February 2010. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] student Jonathan Butler leads student activists at a press conference on the Carnahan Quadrangle after he ended a hunger strike following the resignation of University of Missouri System President Timothy M. 9, 2015, following the resignation of University of Missouri President Timothy M. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] students block the view of photographers covering the protest on campus on Monday, Nov. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] of Missouri Board of Curators member Phillip H. Wolfe resigns at the Old Alumni Center, on Monday, Nov. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] of Missouri President Timothy M. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] anger rose at the University of Missouri in early November over the university’s lethargic response to a series of racist incidents, waves of protest from all directions hit the email inbox of system president Timothy M.

(AP Photo/Jeff Roberson) University of Missouri students circle tents on the Carnahan Quadrangle, locking arms to prevent media from entering the space following the resignation of President Timothy M. 9, 2015, following the resignation of University of Missouri President Timothy M. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] student Jonathan Butler leads student activists in a chant to conclude a press conference on the Carnahan Quadrangle after he ended a hunger strike following the resignation of University of Missouri President Timothy M. Wolfe arrives at an emergency meeting of the Board of Curators, where he later resigned, at the Old Alumni Center, on Monday, Nov. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] block cameras as graduate student Jonathan Butler is helped to a car by family members and taken to a hospital after ending his hunger strike following the resignation of University of Missouri President Timothy M. Wolfe.“My younger son, a freshman in high school, has been quite focused on attending one of the power journalism/communications schools in the country with Mizzou, Syracuse & Northwestern topping the list,” Byron Willis, a Union Pacific railroad executive, wrote Wolfe on Nov. The boy “understands that being born to a white mother and a black father makes him a young black man in society’s eyes and right now, your university setting doesn’t appear to be sensitive to the concerns of those students.”Wolfe and other administrators were shaken by the flood of messages from concerned parents and skittish donors, some of whom were angry that the college seemed to tolerate racism — others adamant that campus officials should not kowtow to the young protesters.

Wolfe forwarded the email to University of Missouri Curator David L. Louis-based World Wide Technology, the only black curator at the time.“These are very difficult times and I will need your support and advice more than ever,” he wrote.

As the demands grew for Wolfe to step down, there were many emails calling for him to stand firm.“Millions of people are watching this situation,” Judi Borgo, of Atlanta, wrote in an email forwarded to Wolfe on the morning of Nov. “This gentleman appears to have the courage to stand up to bullies.

His resignation could start a domino effect, and this would be devastating for our nation.”The emails were revealed in a cache of nearly 8,000 pages obtained last week by the Post-Dispatch through the Missouri Sunshine Law.

They show another dimension to the anger and discord on display as protesters occupied the campus quad to demand the ouster of Wolfe.

The emails shed light on efforts by Wolfe to shore up support for himself, particularly among African-Americans, in the days leading up to his resignation. Bowen Loftin and public relations staffers to craft statements designed to quell campus anger by admitting mistakes and promising change through new initiatives.

The emails also reveal a massive divide in public opinion after football coach Gary Pinkel supported the decision of some players to boycott football-related activities until Wolfe left office.

Some football fans derided Pinkel as a coward; others praised him for showing solidarity with his players.

In one email, the mother of a Mizzou junior wrote that she was “shocked at the complete lack of leadership that’s become apparent.”“We’re confident that we’ve raised tolerant, respectful citizens of the world and have taught them that the way to effect change is NOT by resorting to the type of mob rule that’s become apparent over the past few days,” she wrote.

It was too late for her son to transfer, she said, but “our two younger children (11th grade & 9th grade) have also observed the events of this week and, at this point, have all but eliminated Mizzou from their college list.”Ellen De Graffenreid, the university system’s vice chancellor for marketing and communications, forwarded the email to a group of university officials that included Loftin with the lament: “This is pretty representative of the middle of the road people we are losing.”While Wolfe was dealing with the fallout from the racist incidents, Loftin, the leader of the Columbia campus, was fighting a series of his own battles.

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