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A Statement from the GTU President on the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization Supreme Court Ruling

A Statement from the GTU President on the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization Supreme Court Ruling

As an institution that supports religious freedom, human rights, women’s autonomy, and uplifting underrepresented and less privileged communities, the Graduate Theological Union stands with those who dissented in the overturn of Roe v. Wade. The GTU's commitment to interreligious dialogue means mutual respect for the beliefs and tenets of all religious practices and wisdom traditions, not privileging the view of a single faith tradition and imposing it upon others. This Supreme Court decision is detrimental to the values of equity, compassion, and human dignity that are central to the GTU community.

Uriah Y. Kim

The views expressed by this statement from the GTU President do not necessarily reflect those of the consortium’s member schools or affiliates.