(CAMPUS REFORM) – Central Michigan University (CMU) received a letter from the Office of Civil Rights on Apr. 25 that explained a complaint was filed that claimed the university discriminated against African Americans when the men's track and field team was cut.
The investigation is the result of a complaint filed by activist and writer Russell Dinkins, WIX10 reports.
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“The university, via their action, has displayed a wanton disregard for the degree of Black educational opportunity that has been offered via its track and field program over the last decade," Dinkins told Campus Reform.