Guarantee the constitutional rights of freedom of speech, association,and assembly as stipulated by both constitutions and to see that theconflict is conducted under the strictest observation of human and civilrights for all parties involved.2.
Procure the immediate withdrawal of all state and city police, privatecontractors, and other non-UPR security personnel from the Universityof Puerto Rico system currently under occupation.3.
Call all parties to meet and have a truly productive dialogue.Respectfully yours,[Institutional affiliations for identification purposes only. Please respond to primarycontacts.]1) Agnes Lugo-Ortiz, The University of Chicago [Primary contact]firstname.lastname@example.org) Ivette N. Hernández-Torres, University of California, Irvine [Primary contact]email@example.com 3) Luis F. Avilés, University of California, Irvine [Primary contact]firstname.lastname@example.org 4) Aldo Lauria-Santiago, Rutgers University [Primary contact]email@example.com 5) Arcadio Díaz-QuiñonesEmory L. Ford Professor, Emeritus, Princeton Universityadiaz@princeton.edu 6) Aníbal González-Pérez, Yale Universityanibal.firstname.lastname@example.org 7) Luis Figueroa-Martínez, Trinity CollegeTreasurer, Puerto Rican Studies Association (PRSA)Luis.Figueroa@trincoll.edu8) Roberto Alejandro, University of Massachusetts, Amherstralejand@polsci.umass.edu9) Harry Vélez-Quiñones, University of Puget Soundvelez@pugetsound.edu 10) Ismael García-Colón, College of Staten Island, CUNYIsmael.Garcia@csi.cuny.edu 2 of 7