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Thursday, June 13
The Indiana Daily Student

Elizabeth Dunn, associate professor in the School of Global and International Studies, speaks about the danger of scapegoating in terrorist situations, like the one that took place in Paris in 2015, during a teach-in at the School of Global and International Studies. Dunn headed an effort to bring refugees into Bloomington, but those efforts have been put on hold. Adam Kiefer

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Elizabeth Dunn, associate professor in the School of Global and International Studies, speaks about the danger of scapegoating in terrorist situations, like the one that took place in Paris in 2015, during a teach-in at the School of Global and International Studies. Dunn headed an effort to bring refugees into Bloomington, but those efforts have been put on hold.