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A native-born Puerto Rican who spent much of his childhood in Chicago and Manhattan, Luis Lorenzo has been a passionate student of the Oldest Living Culture on Earth since he was a teen in the ’70s.BERKELEY, Calif. — A university chancellor said she was shocked and dismayed to learn of profane, racist and sexist remarks made by a Latin American Studies professor on some 40 occasions.
Dr. Carol Christ, chancellor of the University of California at Berkeley, said Wednesday that UC Berkeley College of Natural Resources Chancellor Nicholas Dirks learned of the “vile” commentary Friday, hours before it was to be aired on radio station KZSU.
Christ said Chancellor Dirks found it “perplexing” that it was not known to her or to anyone else who was aware of the remarks, which were made over several years to students, colleagues and students in the UC system.
“He was shocked and dismayed and saddened,” Christ said. “It was just wrong and a violation of our principles and a violation of the expectations that we have of each other as people, as a community of scholars, and as members of a university family.”
Dirks declined to speak in detail about the comments, but said the remarks were “terrible,” “just vile, just hideous,” and he called them an “injustice.”
“They have no place in this institution, I don’t think, anywhere in our society,” he said. “There’s no place for it anywhere.”
Christ and other members of the UC Berkeley community also expressed horror at the comments, which also included insulting references to race and ethnicity. One of the profane comments had been reported to the UC Berkeley police.
The remarks appeared on a “free speech” radio show by Jesse Shlisselberg, a professor in the UC Berkeley College of Natural Resources, who called himself “a champion of free speech for everybody” on the radio show.
“I don’t believe in violence against anyone, whether it’s an individual or a nation state, or any of that,” Shlisselberg said in the July 10 broadcast. “But when people are talking about your country, talk about my country, that’s when I think it’s time to hit them.”
Shlisselberg called UC Berkeley “a Nazi regime” in the broadcast, and said he would stop his show if the university president came on to the show.