Why Claudine Gay’s Ouster Was Indeed About Race
FEATURING ERRIN HAINES - Harvard University’s first Black president, and second woman President, Claudine Gay, was forced to resign in the wake of allegations that she engaged, first in antisemitism, and then, in plagiarism. In an op-ed in the New York Times, Gay wrote, “It is not lost on me that I make an ideal canvas for projecting every anxiety about the generational and demographic changes unfolding on American campuses: a Black woman selected to lead a storied institution.”
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