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‘Woke ‘Harvard President Hit with Career-Killing Accusation, But Gets To Keep Her Job

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Hamas terrorists’ invasion of southern Israel resulted in tragic loss of innocent lives, sparking a counteroffensive from Israel.

The incident also revealed a rise in anti-Semitism in American institutions of higher learning, with school presidents failing to address the issue and facing public scrutiny.

Harvard President Claudine Gay was accused of plagiarism in her 1997 Ph.D. dissertation, raising concerns about academic dishonesty and her failure to denounce Jewish genocide. (Trending: LeBron James Shares Gun Advice For Americans)

Journalists Christopher Rufo and Christopher Brunet presented a report detailing the evidence against Gay.

In Gay’s dissertation, titled “Taking Charge: Black Electoral Success and the Redefinition of American Policies,” she wrote:

“Using 1987 survey data, Bobo and Gilliam found that African-Americans in ‘high black-empowerment’ areas — as indicated by control of the mayor’s office — are more active than either African-Americans in low empowerment areas or their white counterparts of comparable socioeconomic status.

“Empowerment, they conclude, influences black participation by contributing to a more trusting and efficacious orientation towards politics and by greatly increasing black attentiveness to political affairs.”

Lawrence Bobo and Franklin Gilliam published the same content in their paper titled “Race, Sociopolitical Participation, and Black Empowerment”:

“Using 1987 national sample survey data . . . the results show that blacks in high-black-empowerment areas — as indicated by control of the mayor’s office — are more active than either blacks living in low-empowerment areas or their white counterparts of comparable socioeconomic status.

“Furthermore, the results show that empowerment influences black participation by contributing to a more trusting and efficacious orientation to politics and by greatly increasing black attentiveness to political affairs.”

According to Harvard’s Honor Code, “Cheating on exams or problem sets, plagiarizing or misrepresenting the ideas or language of someone else as one’s own, falsifying data, or any other instance of academic dishonesty violates the standards of our community, as well as the standards of the wider world of learning and affairs.”

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