Colorado Professor Raises Ire of Sept. 11 Victims' Families Colorado legislators and some students are calling on the University of Colorado to fire a professor who wrote an essay comparing some victims of the Sept. 11 attacks to Nazis. Ward Churchill's essay went largely unnoticed until an upstate New York college invited him to speak. The invitation drew protests from victims' families and was cancelled.
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Colorado Professor Raises Ire of Sept. 11 Victims' Families

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Colorado Professor Raises Ire of Sept. 11 Victims' Families

Colorado Professor Raises Ire of Sept. 11 Victims' Families

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Colorado legislators and some students are calling on the University of Colorado to fire a professor who wrote an essay comparing some victims of the Sept. 11 attacks to Nazis. Ward Churchill's essay went largely unnoticed until an upstate New York college invited him to speak. The invitation drew protests from victims' families and was cancelled.