Atlanta (Agencies): The Chair of Emory University’s Philosophy Department, Noëlle McAfee, was among those arrested during a protest on the university’s campus.
The protests were in response to the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict. The demonstration, which took place at Emory University in Atlanta, was part of a wave of student-led protests across various universities expressing solidarity with the people of Gaza. The protesters are calling on their universities to cut ties with entities that they believe are complicit in the conflict.
The arrest of McAfee, who was reportedly observing the protest and not participating, has sparked controversy and raised questions about the freedom of speech and the right to peaceful protest25.
The university’s response to this incident and the broader implications for academic freedom and campus activism will be closely watched.

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