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Newstalk Episode 10: Affirmative Action Falls: Inside the Protests at Harvard and Washington D.C.

By Frank S. Zhou
Fights erupted in Washington D.C. and at Harvard when affirmative action fell. In the crowds, a dozen Harvard student journalists set out to find what the protests — the fights, the fears — were really about. Dozens of interviews. 10+ hours of tape. A look inside Harvard, from the students who saw it all. Host Frank S. Zhou '26 joins half a dozen reporters to track down what exactly happened when affirmative action fell. Here's how it went down. National Press Club press conference footage in this episode comes from C-SPAN.

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