A Missouri professor who was caught on video blocking a student journalist from capturing footage of a protest has apologized for her actions.
Last November, several students, professors and concerned citizens held protests over alleged racial incidents on the Columbia campus. Melissa Click was suspended from her duties following the confrontation, and many called for her to be fired from the university.
“I certainly wish I hadn’t done anything that was worthy of being in a viral video,” Click said. “I wish I could take it back.”
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