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Published on Sep 17, 2012
"Adrienne Pine was in a jam. The assistant anthropology professor at American University was about to begin teaching "Sex, Gender & Culture," but her baby daughter woke up in the morning with a fever. So Pine brought her sick baby to class. The baby, in a blue onesie, crawled on the floor of the lecture hall during part of the 75-minute class two weeks ago, according to the professor's account. The mother extracted a paper clip from the girl's mouth at one point and shooed her away from an electrical outlet. When the baby grew restless, Pine breast-fed her while continuing her lecture in front of 40 students." Cenk Uygur, Jesus Godoy and Ana Kasparian of The Young Turks discuss.