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Black woman's lawsuit against UMN revived; filed after she was passed up for tenured position

An African-American instructor says her race and sex played a role in the University of Minnesota’s decision to postpone and ultimately squash her shot at a tenured position.

Yolanda Majors’ lawsuit against the U was thrown out last year by a Hennepin County District Judge Mel Dickstein. But the Court of Appeals last month revived the case, saying Dickstein erred in his decision.


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