University of Florida's president talks about the burden, and expense, of preparing for a white nationalist to speak on campus

It started when a black student asked why her school was named for someone who didn't think she should be “considered a human being.”

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The author a new book, “When Grit Isn't Enough,” writes: “We can't 'no excuse' our way out of the way we have ravaged our education budgets or our cities and the way education has become synonymous with test scores.”

It's more than just about getting a job.

Students are protesting the white nationalist's speech Thursday with marches, signs, videos and social media campaigns.

Richard Spencer, the head of the National Policy Institute, plans to speak at the University of Florida Thursday. The governor of Florida declared a state of emergency Monday, university officials said they plan to spend $500,000 on security as they worry his speech will draw protesters and violence.

The children were handcuffed behind their backs and above their elbows, with the chain cinched so tight it hurt them.

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The teacher is reported to have said the same thing before.

The white-nationalist leader plans to speak at a university on Thursday.

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