UMD community gathers to address Facebook controversy
DULUTH -- The Facebook conversation that roiled the University of Minnesota-Duluth last week continued to reverberate Wednesday during a sometimes emotional forum on campus.
"What we see here is an escalation of vitriolic bigotry and racism," said Helen Mongan-Rallis, who facilitated the afternoon gathering of about 100 students, faculty and administrators in the Rafters, a meeting place on the top floor of the Kirby Student Center.
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