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Democrat won’t apologize for Harvard’s claim in ’96

By Stephanie Ebbert
Globe Staff / April 28, 2012
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US Senator Scott Brown’s campaign called on Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren Friday to apologize for letting Harvard Law School tout her as a Native American in its attempts to demonstrate faculty diversity in the 1990s. But Warren said she didn’t know Harvard was promoting her that way - until Friday. The Boston Herald reported Friday that Harvard had touted Warren’s Native American background as the school faced criticism for a faculty dominated by white men. Warren’s maternal grandparents both had Native American lineage.

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