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Elizabeth Warren Was Also Listed as Minority at U Penn

Elizabeth Warren climbed to the very top of the legal academic world, and she was listed as a minority faculty member all along. Not just at Harvard, but also at the University of Pennsylvania, her prior employer.

According to Penn’s 2005 “Minority Equity Report,” it too identified Warren, who taught there from 1987 to 1995, as a minority.

On page 16 of the report, the now-Massachusetts Senate candidate is listed as a winner of the school’s Lindback Award in 1994. Unlike other names listed, though, her name is italicized and bolded to indicate her status as a minority faculty member.

It’s the first indication to date of another one of Warren’s employers having listed her as a minority.

The Senate candidate in recent weeks has struggled to respond to a series of questions about why Harvard listed her as a Native American.

Warren has said her family history suggests she is 1/32nd Cherokee, and that she’s proud of that heritage. But she has also said she didn’t know how she came to be identified as a minority at Harvard.

Which Native American group will be the first to come out and denounce Warren’s lies?

Or do Democratic Senate candidates get a free pass on falsely claiming the benefits of minority status in the professional world?

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