05/19/2017

American University Implements Reverse Segregation. Has ‘Whites Not Allowed’ Areas

Sierra Marlee, Right Wing News

Liberals like to blame white people for racism, slavery and segregation in the United States, but are perfectly okay with bringing it back in the reverse. Why? Oh, you know, because equality and all that.

I’m sure this somehow makes sense in their little heads, but the rest of us realize that this is heading in a really bad direction.

American University is a private college in Washington D.C. While you would think that this makes them exempt from the ridiculous liberal ideology that seems to be permeating public colleges, you would be very wrong.

In fact, they’ve actually gone farther than most institutions with the introduction of a “sanctuary” for people of color.

This was prompted after an incident involving the name of a black sorority written on bananas that were found hanging from nooses around campus. Afterward, students demanded that the newly unveiled Bridge Cafe be turned into a safe space for black students.

A list of demands was sent to Provost Scott Bass:

For the remaining of the semester, the Bridge will become a sanctuary for people of color [POC].

All POC students get extensions, and should not be penalized for already scheduled finals after the incident.

A separate investigation team based out of the university (composed of a group of non-biased expert contractors) that can investigate cases of racism and discrimination brought against the institution of American University.

Basically, all white people at the university are being punished because of something another person (of unknown race) did. Sounds “fair” right?

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