UW AD Jen Cohen on Pac-12 Unity Movement, COVID-19 concerns

Washington athletic director Jen Cohen speaks during a news conference about football head coach Chris Petersen’s decision to resign, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2019, in Seattle. Petersen unexpectedly resigned at Washington on Monday, a shocking announcement with the Huskies coming off a 7-5 regular season and bound for a sixth straight bowl game under his leadership. Petersen will coach Washington in a bowl game, his final game in charge. Defensive coordinator Jimmy Lake is being promoted to head coach. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson) OTK (Elaine Thompson / AP)
Washington athletic director Jen Cohen speaks during a news conference in December. (Elaine Thompson / AP)

Here's how Jen Cohen and UW's leadership has responded to the Pac-12 Unity Movement this week and where Cohen stands on the movement's demands.

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