SOURCE: Inside Higher Ed
Despite a protest movement by students and other stakeholders, Washington and Lee University's institutional changes in response to its legacy of slavery and ties to the Confederacy will not include rejecting Robert E. Lee's name.
SOURCE: New York Times
Ted DeLaney worked as a custodian at Washington and Lee before graduating at age 41, returned as a professor, became the school's first Black department chair, and pushed the school to confront the moral and ethical implications of venerating Robert E. Lee.
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