From today's OpinionJournal.com:
"In 2002, Yale received a letter from Paula Nirschel, the founder of the Initiative to Educate Afghan Women.
The purpose of the organization, begun in that year, was to match young women in post-Taliban Afghanistan to U.S. colleges, where they could pursue a degree.
Ms. Nirschel asked Yale if it wanted to award a spot in its next entering class to an Afghan woman. Yale declined."
Over 2000 schools were asked to join the program.
Schools participating in the
Initiative to Educate Afghan Women:
Duke University, N.C.
Juniata College, Pa.
Kennesaw State University, Ga.
Middlebury College, Vt.
Montclair State University, N.J.
Mount Holyoke College, Mass.
Roger Williams University, R.I.
Simmons College, Mass.
University of Montana, Missoula
University of Richmond, Va.
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