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'The Wall Street Journal' on FIRE and IUPUI

The July 7 edition of The Wall Street Journal prominently features a column about the disturbing case of student-employee Keith John Sampson at Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis. In May, FIRE reported that Sampson had been cleared of charges of "racial harassment" for reading a book at work that celebrated the defeat of the Ku Klux Klan by Notre Dame students in a 1924 street brawl. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Dorothy Rabinowitz prominently mentions FIRE's role in her story about Sampson's case and its aftermath.

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