Suspended MU professor Melissa Click speaks to ABC 17 News

ABC 17 News has gained the first exclusive public interview with MU's controversial assistant communication professor, Melissa Click, who is breaking her silence following campus protests in November. She says, "I was never calling for violence."

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Suspended MU professor Melissa Click speaks to ABC 17 News

ABC 17 News has gained the first exclusive public interview with MU's controversial assistant communication professor, Melissa Click, who is breaking her silence following campus protests in November. She says, "I was never calling for violence."

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