Hopkins University to hold teach-in to discuss affirmative action

March 31, 1998

The Johns Hopkins University will sponsor a teach-in on affirmative action tomorrow and has invited the public to discuss the controversial civil rights policy.

The teach-in, arranged by the university's office of multicultural student affairs, will be led by Howard Erlich, director of the National Prejudice Institute in Baltimore, and Fred Pinkus, sociology professor at University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

The event, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Merryman Hall on the Homewood campus, is part of a nationwide campaign organized at hundreds of college campuses to support affirmative action.

Pub Date: 3/31/98

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