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Microaggression message

SHERMAN, Texas — University of North Texas officials aren’t entitled to qualified immunity on a former math professor’s retaliation claim. The professor was terminated a week after he announced he was the author of an anonymous message on a faculty lounge chalkboard that criticized the concept of microaggressions.

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