Professor Says She Lost Job for Objecting to Textbook

November 18, 2010

Nancy Rudner Lugo has sued the University of Central Florida, charging that her contract as a tenure-track nursing professor was not renewed when she objected to using a textbook that she and her students believed contained ethnic and racial stereotypes, The Orlando Sentinel reported. The suit charges that the textbook included stereotypical comments about black, Italian-American, Jewish and Japanese people. University officials declined to comment on the suit.

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