Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination: FAQ

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The following examples of harassment would likely violate UC policy if found to be sufficiently “severe” and/or “pervasive”:

  • Name calling, teasing or making other derogatory or dehumanizing remarks based on a person’s race (or other protected category).
  • Physical assaults targeting individuals of a particular religion (or other protected category).
  • Repeatedly sending unwelcome emails, text messages or photos of a sexual nature.
  • Anti-Semitic or Islamaphobic graffiti scrawled on the door of a student’s room.
  • Targeted display of racially charged images, such as nooses and Confederate flags.

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