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A professor at the University of Michigan-Flint says that Harvard University hosting a music program open to “all BIPOC students” is a Title VI violation. University of Michigan-Flint professor Mark Perry filed a Title VI complaint on Tuesday with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, over an upcoming program on Harvard’s campus that will require applicants to disclose their race, according to a report by Campus Reform. The program, titled, “No Label Academy at Harvard,” is a “music business” course that will be hosted by rapper IDK, and will take place at Harvard in August. The course is “open to all BIPOC individuals interested in music business,” and is designed to build “a pipeline for BIPOC talent to kickstart their music careers,” according to the program’s website.

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