The University of Alabama just proved they have a heart and soul…

The University Board of Trustees voted to refund millions of dollars given by a wealthy donor who called for a boycott of Alabama. Donor Hugh Culverhouse Jr. urged businesses and prospective students to boycott the university and the state over the new abortion law

Video below of the University of Alabama grounds crews taking down the signage in front of UA’s School of Law. The Board of Trustees voted this morning to return Hugh Culverhouse’s $26.2 million donation and restore the name of the law school to The University of Alabama School of Law.

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The law school had been named after Mr. Culverhouse after his big donation of over $26.2 million. This was the largest donation in the school’s history.

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University officials said the donor tried to dictate how the money would be spent and called for the boycott of the state and university.

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