Reprimanded college worker has an ally

July 21, 2005

A national civil rights group has taken up the case of a William Paterson University employee who was reprimanded for sending a professor an e-mail describing homosexuality as a "perversion."

Jihad Daniel, a graduate student and university employee, was found guilty last month of violating state discrimination and harassment laws after he sent the head of the women's studies department the e-mail. In it he complained about an invitation he received to an on-campus showing of a film about a lesbian relationship...

Schools: William Paterson University Cases: William Paterson University: Punishment on Harassment Charges for Response to Mass E-Mail