The Maine Campus
When the African-American Student Association met in the Bangor Lounge of the Memorial Union Monday night to discuss racism, "it was very painful," University of Maine President Dale Lick said. "It was painful for the students and for the administrators that were present," Lick said. "We thought we had been making good progress in creating a learning environment free of racism and harassment. We found out we still have a long way to go."
Social Justice_Maine Campus_vol_108_no_15_p_1-16-1991-02-20
Vanderweide, Doug, "Students say racism is a problem at UMaine" (1991). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 647.
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