Yale Library staff accused of race profiling

The Yale Daily News reports union leaders are now asking University Librarian Alice Prochaska to apologize for what they called an incidence of racial profiling. Dissatisfied with “inaction” and “silence” on the part of Yale’s human resources department, the union said Prochaska is in a position to rescind discipline charges against Rogers related to the incident, to initiate a dialogue about race in the library and to institute sensitivity training for the Mudd library manager who reported Rogers on Oct. 23.

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