Professor Eugene Volokh Quoted in Washington Post On Middle School Principal Delaying Student Council Election Results Because Winners Were Not Diverse Enough

October 20, 2015 –Professor Eugene Volokh was quoted in The Washington Post when he commented through his blog on a middle school principal who delayed announcing student council election results because the winners were not diverse enough.  “Well, the children’s voices were heard,” wrote Volokh. “They just seemed to be less obsessed with race than some administrators are.”

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