Monday, May 08, 2006

Rape Case Is Seen as Symbol at Black College in N.C.

Washington Post

Outsiders have compared the story of race, class and sex in the magnolia South to a Tom Wolfe novel. But to many on the NCCU campus, it seems straight from the mouths of grandparents and parents who passed along cautionary tales about how justice worked: A black woman's cry of rape was seldom believed, and whites always walked.

An interesting story on the impact this case has had on students who attend the same university as the alleged victim in the Duke rape case.
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