Brooklyn College Lecturer Rehired After U.S. Congressman Tries To Have Him Fired

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By Sarah Pomar Brooklyn students and faculty won an important victory for academic freedom when they forced the administration to rehire an adjunct lecturer who was unjustly fired after a student complained that his class syllabus contained writings about the Palestinian struggle, and then a state politician picked up the fight to get him fired. […]
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