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November 23, 2015 7:01 AM

There’s more than one way to hold a protest, kids

College students unite behind rallies over racism, ‘microaggressions’

Occidental, Claremont McKenna colleges are latest campuses in uproar

They want administrators to quit, but ‘you’re fired’ strategy is getting old

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