Xoxi McCauley 
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Re: “Bishop O'Dowd Program Director Refuses to Sign Oakland Diocese's New 'Morals' Code

Mr. Peter Yuan Liu -
I would imagine that if you are running for office in Oakland, you may want to be more "political" and keep your comments off the internet. I don't believe this is the best way to go about getting votes.
Just sayin"
~Oakland Voter

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Posted by Xoxi McCauley on 05/16/2014 at 4:18 PM

Re: “Teachers Forced to Sign New Personal 'Morals' Code

Mr. Peter Yuan Liu ~ There is absolutely nothing wrong with a "moral code", in fact, more of us could use one. However, to discriminate against someone in terms of employment, because they do not meet your moral code - is wrong; is not MORAL. One of the wonderful things about O'Dowd was that this was a school that was about teaching everyone, not discriminating against others, because of their race, religion or their socio-economic background; it was being a safe place where everyone could learn; they have an eclectic and diverse faculty with many phenomenal teachers, committed to education. This should be the emphasis of O'Dowd. The private lives of the faculty and staff is irrelevant to their ability to provide a unique and quality education, to inspire students to care about what they are learning.
O'Dowd has always accepted non-Catholic students, stating that you do not need to be Catholic to come to the school, in fact only about half of the student body is Catholic, so why not extend the very same openness to the faculty & staff?
Mr. Liu, your reference to Obama and Democrats seems rather inappropriate, especially in response to a student on this forum; for this student is coming from a place in which he/she is trying to protect the teachers who have offered such a great education.

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Posted by Xoxi McCauley on 05/16/2014 at 4:09 PM

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