Emory apologizes for past discrimination of Jewish students

Emory University is apologizing for years of anti-Semitism at its dental school, when dozens of Jewish students were flunked out or forced to repeat courses, leaving many feeling inadequate and ashamed for decades despite successful careers.

After decades of denial, Emory is trying to make amends for the discriminatory practices at the school, which closed in 1992.

According to the Anti-Defamation League, under dental school dean John Buhler from 1948 to 1961, 65 percent of Jewish students at Emory’s dental school were flunked out or forced to repeat one or more years READ MORE

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