Ten former students from Gallaudet University are suing the university and The Washington Post for what they say were defamatory statements that caused them financial damages.
At the center of the case is the suspension of Kappa Gamma, a fraternity at the university for deaf and hard-of-hearing students. In June 2020, as protests for racial justice took place across the country, Gallaudet president Roberta Cordano announced that the fraternity would be suspended. At the same...
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