Why a Penn Professor Was Vilified for Telling the Truth About Race

Peter Wood

NAS President Peter Wood writes at Minding the Campus about the continued targeting of Professor Amy Wax. Professor Wax teaches at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, and is on the NAS Board of Directors. 

Professor Amy Wax at the University of Pennsylvania Law School is once again the target of students and faculty members who have ginned up a racial grievance against her. The issue is that she said something that is apparently true that her critics would rather remain unsaid. The immediate consequence is that Penn Law Dean Ted Ruger has stripped Wax of her teaching assignment in the mandatory First Year curriculum.

Read the whole article at Minding the Campus.

As a refresher on the controversy, please see the following prevous articles.
Penn Dean to Law Prof: We Favor Free Speech, but Not Yours
Amy Wax on Dissent and Disagreement at Penn Law
Professor Amy Wax in the News

Image Credit: Amy Wax

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