I recently spoke at the Ribbon Cutting for the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs at VCU. At that time, I said I remembered when I could not come into the building and be seated at the soda fountain. The recent experience related in “Teaching While Black” at VCU is shocking. Is this what we have 50 years after the school was founded?

Photo: Caitlin Cherry, an African American visiting professor in VCUarts had campus police called on her while eating breakfast two weeks ago. Photo by Michel Maulding.

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