UNC and the Koran

NPRs Adam Hochberg reports on a controversial reading requirement at the University of North Carolina. Incoming freshmen and transfer students are being asked to read excerpts from the Koran. Some students and parents are praising the requirement as timely and courageous, while others say it discriminates against other religions.

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