Occidental College tries to heal campus wounds after attack on 9/11 flag memorial

On the fifteenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, a memorial display of American flags put up by students at Los Angeles’ Occidental College was twice destroyed by protesters. The college is trying to respond, but tensions remain reports Maureen Sullivan in Forbes.

This spring, the  college will host a series of speakers and  documentaries in response to the vandalism.

College privacy regulations prevent the school from publicizing any sanctions against the guilty.

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