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Auburn University Embroiled in a Free Speech Lawsuit

December 11, 2001

By Debbie Elliott and Linda Wertheimer at All Things Considered (NPR)

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In Alabama, Auburn University is embroiled in a free speech lawsuit. It stems from the university's decision to suspend 15 students and two all-white fraternities after photos from Halloween parties showed the students wearing racially offensive costumes. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports... Download file "Auburn University Embroiled in a Free Speech Lawsuit"

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