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From Time, January 23, 1989
"... Signs of [racial and religious] intolerance are all too common on America's college campuses.
"Most schools are taking a tough stand against bigotry.
"Some of the most effective actions against campus intolerance have been taken by students. [The University of Mississippi's] mostly white Intrafraternity Council raised $20,000 to renovate another residence for the black fraternity whose house was burned down. Students at Syracuse University last month organized a week-long symposium to celebrate their racial and cultural diversity."
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