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Washington Post op-ed: Change 'racist' name of George Washington University

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The iconic paper bearing the name of the father of our nation published an op-ed calling for the renaming of George Washington University.

The author of the Washington Post op-ed, a student at George Washington University, contended the university’s low number of black professors and general lack of black culture is “rooted in systemic racism, institutional inequality and white supremacy,” and disassociating with the slaveholding first president is a good place to begin fixing the problem.

The university’s renaming of the student center that once honored segregationist Cloyd Heck Marvin “falls short in addressing the main issues of systemic racism and inequality still present on campus,” wrote the student, Caleb Francois.

“The hypocrisy of GW in not addressing these issues is an example

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