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ASU clears black professor of racial hostility

April 3, 2004

Albany --Albany State officials says there's no evidence that a black professor showed racial hostility towards two white professors.

In February, the two white professors filed a complaint that Joyce Cherry made an offensive racial remark during a staff meeting.

 An investigation by ASU's human resource department found no evidence to support the charges of racial hostility.

posted at 7:07PM by scott.hunter@walb.com

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