Jesse Jackson leads protest against Texas law professor who made racial remark

October 1997
Jet;10/06/97, Vol. 92 Issue 20, p22
Announces that Reverend Jesse Jackson urged students at the University of Texas at Austin (UT) to boycott classes taught by white law school professor who said that blacks and Mexican-Americans can not compete academically with whites in selective institutions. Professor Lino Graglia's regret of the statement.


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