University officials say only two people in the African and Afro-American Studies department were involved in the suspect courses: Julius Nyang’oro, pictured here, the former longtime department chairman who was forced into retirement in July, and Deborah Crowder, the longtime departmental manager who retired in 2009.
University officials say only two people in the African and Afro-American Studies department were involved in the suspect courses: Julius Nyang’oro, pictured here, the former longtime department chairman who was forced into retirement in July, and Deborah Crowder, the longtime departmental manager who retired in 2009. Harry Lynch News & Observer file photo
University officials say only two people in the African and Afro-American Studies department were involved in the suspect courses: Julius Nyang’oro, pictured here, the former longtime department chairman who was forced into retirement in July, and Deborah Crowder, the longtime departmental manager who retired in 2009. Harry Lynch News & Observer file photo

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