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UT-Austin professors criticize university for halting antiracism study with preschoolers

The decision to halt the study comes after a University of Michigan-Flint professor filed an Office for Civil Rights complaint against the study, arguing it discriminates against children of color. But professors said pausing the study sets a negative precedent that could impact academic freedom.

The statue of George Washington outside the University of Texas at Austin Main Building on July 16, 2020.

Concerns about setting precedent

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