Ana Mari Cauce

University of Washington

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Ana Mari Cauce is president of the University of Washington.

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Last weekend's deadly violence at the University of Virginia is considered a "victory" by strategists for the so-called alt-right.

Free speech on campus: Racism and public safety

Last weekend's deadly violence at the University of Virginia is considered a "victory" by strategists for the so-called alt-right.

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