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(Vancouver, WA)  --  The former president of a Vancouver, Washington community college is accused of discriminating against women, especially women of color.  The Columbian reports the Clark College Board of Trustees found that former school president Bob Knight violated the college's nondiscrimination and harassment policy through inappropriate and discriminatory behavior against women.  The Board of Trustees says an investigative report showed that four such complaints against Knight were founded.  The report also found that Knight "tokenized" recently hired women of color to make it appear that he cared about diversity at the school.

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