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A petition is circulating at the University of Oregon that calls for the resignation of a senior law professor who wore blackface to an off-campus Halloween party, abc 7-chicago reports. While the.

A University of Oregon law professor who came under fire after reportedly wearing a blackface costume to an off-campus Halloween party issued an apology Friday. While the University of Oregon.

EUGENE – A University of Oregon law professor who donned blackface as part of a doctor costume at her Halloween party has apologized, saying she only wanted to stimulate dialogue about race relations.

EUGENE, Ore. – A University of Oregon law professor who wore blackface to a Halloween party is harshly criticizing an investigative report by the university that found she violated the institution’s.

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 · In 2016, an oregon law school professor, Nancy Shurtz, surveyed the wide panoply of halloween costume ideas and decided her best bet was to go in blackface.Shurtz, apparently, enjoyed a.

 · A University of Oregon law professor was placed on administrative leave Thursday after wearing a costume that included blackface to a Halloween party attended by faculty and students.

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It turns out it was a female lawprof and she was dressed as the male author of a book she likes, "Black Man in a White Coat." She says she "intended to provoke a thoughtful discussion on racism in our society, in our educational institutions and in our professions," and: "It provoked a discussion of.

 · O n Halloween of 2016, law professor Nancy Shurtz, who worked at the University of Oregon Law School, thought it would be a smart idea to throw a party at her home while she was in a blackface.

A University of Oregon law professor is under investigation by the university after wearing blackface to an off-campus Halloween party last week, The Oregonian reports. The university’s president,

 · About that Oregon law professor who wore blackface as part of a Halloween costume and provoked demands that she resign. It turns out it was a female lawprof and she was dressed as the male author of a book she likes, "Black Man in a White Coat."