Professors in the U.S. dismissed for refusing to cancel the exams with black people

University of California at Los Angeles Professor Gordon Klein was suspended after he refused to simplify his exams for black students.

The activists sent a letter offering to cancel the exams to the teacher, but the professor entered into correspondence with them and explained why he could not do so. Klein referred to the words of Martin Luther King (who called for the rejection of special treatment of people by skin color).

The students were outraged; they signed a petition demanding that the professor be dismissed.