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Penn State cancels promised racial justice center

The center was once called "just the beginning" of the university's recommitment to racial equity.

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October 28, 2022
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Penn State University has canceled plans for a promised Center for Racial Justice, once hailed as "just the beginning" of the institution's recommitment to racial equity after widespread protests in 2020. The decision comes weeks after Spotlight PA first reported no money had been allocated to the center.

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