Bennett Sees Subtle Racism at UniversityClifford Bennett, an associate professor at the University's Education School, delivers a speech declaring that Virginia lags behind other states in the process of desegregation. He asserts that racism assumes subtle forms at the University, such as a lack of effort to hire black faculty and the tendency of people to cluster in racially homogeneous groups.
|Tags||administrative response, race, student publications|
|Subject||College student newspapers and periodicals, Universities and colleges--Complaints against, Teacher participation in administration, Universities and colleges--Administration|
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