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Williamson legislators say many textbooks show bias The Tennessean Among the charges given to state commission members when choosing books is to provide texts that “realistically represent our pluralistic society,” according to the Department of...
When Kerry Barrett, a student at the University of Montana, reported her attempted rape, she was asked if she had a boyfriend, told “not to expect much,” and told that half of all rape allegations were false.
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