My Email to Chancellor and Dean David Faigman of the UC Hastings Law School, Beseeching Him to Help Me Save My Life and Human Rights Career

The following is my email to UC Hasting Law School Chancellor and Dean, David Faigman. I ask for a retraction and apology of Adjunct Professor T. Anansi Wilson’s disgusting and despicable Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly article about me, which can only be construed as a death threat against me, as an act of revenge, and an attempt to drive me to suicide, an innocent anti-racism Yale grad student:

Dear Chancellor and Dean Faigman,

I hope this email finds you well.  

Unfortunately, for my part, I have been living in a hellish nightmare for the past two and a half years.  I beseech you for your assistance.

I was recently grossly defamed in the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly by a new addition to your faculty, T. Anansi Wilson.

I assure you that I am an entirely innocent anti-racism Yale grad student, and this was completely known to Professor Wilson’s advisor, Professor Imani Perry of Princeton, with whom I had worked at Yale, on an anti-racism conference, the Ideology Conference, along with my advisor at Yale, Jason Stanley.

My life has been destroyed.  My lifelong human and civil rights academic and legal careers have been destroyed.  All I want is for the defamation to stop.  I can’t take any more abuse.  I have nearly killed myself countless times during the past two and a half years.  I am still in hiding.  I am still deluged by death and rape threats.  I am still defamed as a genocidal villain who lynches Black students at Yale via the Yale Campus Police on a near daily basis.

I beg of you, please help me.  I work at a Legal Aid Center.  I help people.  That’s what I do now.  I know that my dream of a life in academia has been stolen from me.  I just want to be left in peace.

The defamation in T. Anansi Wilson’s article is actionable.  I ask for a retraction and apology.

Please help me save my life.  I beg this of you.  I am an entirely innocent person whose life has been decimated.  All I ever wanted to do with my life is help people and make the world a better place.  Now, I just want to live.  

Thank you so much for your kind assistance in this matter.

Best regards,

Sarah Braasch

PhD Candidate

Yale University

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