It was a mystery more than 100 years in the making, but with a very modern twist. There had long been rumors surrounding the departure of William Slocum as the president of Colorado College in 1917. Jessy Randall, an archivist at the Colorado Springs school, tells Colorado Matters she spent more than a decade trying to figure out what happened. In the end, in our day and age, it turned out there was a #metoo moment.
Colorado College And A 100-Year-Old #MeToo Moment
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Anthony Cotton is a producer for Colorado Matters on CPR News. Anthony joined CPR in 2016, bringing decades of writing experience ranging from politics to sports. He has worked for The Denver Post, Sports Illustrated and The Washington Post.
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