The Emory law professor whose in-class use of a racial slur last summer spurred a campus rally was placed on leave pending an investigation after he allegedly used the term again last week.

An online petition calling for the ouster of professor Paul Zwier in response to the latest incident accuses him of using the N-word in a one-on-one conversation with a black student on Oct. 31.

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