(THE COLLEGE FIX) — A Georgetown Law professor’s apparently unwitting use of a racial slur prompted students to call for the university to take “swift and decisive action,” the Washington Post reported February 17.
Dozens of university groups, more than 500 students, and alumni and faculty signed the letter, inspired by an incident in which Professor Franz Werro addressed an Asian student as “Mr. Chinaman.”
In a clip shared on Twitter, Werro called on the student with “what sounds like, ‘What about you, Mr. … Chinaman,’ and then asked to be reminded of his name,” The Post wrote.
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