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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Some design students are protesting a world-renowned fashion designer from teaching on their campus.
They say the anti-Semitic comments made by John Galliano should ban him from the classroom.
But school administrators think otherwise, CBS 2’s Janelle Burrell reported Friday.
“I love Hitler. Your forefathers would be [expletive] gassed, and [expletive] dead,” Galliano said during the now-infamous rant.
But the disgraced ex-head of the Christian Dior brand will soon be on a payroll – right here in New York City.
Parsons The New School for Design hired him to teach student workshop, setting off a firestorm among Jewish students on campus.
“More than just my heritage, it’s disrespectful to Parsons and what we represent,” student Matt Weiss said.
On Tuesday, the school’s Jewish…
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