Article originally appeared on freebeacon.com.
On the first day of classes last fall, a psychology professor asked students in one of George Washington University’s required diversity courses to share their names and identities. The professor went around the room “affirming” each student’s introduction, until one student said she was born in Israel.
“It’s not your fault you were born in Israel,” the professor, Lara Sheehi, told the student in the postgraduate Professional Psychology Program, according to a classmate in attendance who spoke with the Washington Free Beacon.
The remark set the tone for a contentious semester with Sheehi, who consistently harassed her Jewish students and then retaliated against them when they raised concerns with the administration, according to a Title VI discrimination complaint filed Thursday with the Department of Education.
“She began to retaliate against us,” one of those students told the Free Beacon. “She began to spread …
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