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Annie Yang


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Doing the devil's work

The image of a bumbling, reluctant empire and the United States’ propensity for historical amnesia are especially dangerous in combination with the veneer of plausible deniability offered to universities by programs like AGS and H4D.


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An anti-war history of Duke

For Duke students today who struggle against what Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. called the three evils of society—racism, poverty, and militarism—the anti-war movement at Duke in the late 1960s and early 1970s is proof that fellow Duke students dared to imagine a different society.


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Brenda Allen, a former administrator at Brown University, explained how Brown formed a committee to explore its connection to slavery during a talk Tuesday.  
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Brenda Allen, a former administrator at Brown University, explained how Brown formed a committee to explore its connection to slavery during a talk Tuesday.  


The Sioux council members noted that the pipeline could pollute water resources.
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The Sioux council members noted that the pipeline could pollute water resources.


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