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Resource ID: #19573
Subject: Discrimination
Source: Creative Loafing (Atlanta
Date: Feb. 20-26



Sugg reports on racial discrimination against Jewish and African American professors at Kennesaw State University. The investigations follows the trial and tribulations of one Jewish professor, Paul Lapides. The story finds "a pattern of widespread anti-Semitism and racism on campus - incidents that were condoned and covered up by the administration." Many Jewish professors have been fired; Jewish staff members told the newspaper they feared for their careers and safety; and African Americans complained of a pattern of "obstruction" and "harassment" by the school.

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