DAILYKENN.com -- A poorly written article announced that black college students plan a walkout after a seconds-long video feature white students mentioning slavery and a plantation.
The article failed to mention the name of the college, but managed to include the name of the city in the headline: Charleston. About half of the states in the USA have a town or city named 'Charleston.'
By following a link attributed to the unnamed college's interim president we were able to determine the school is College of Charleston in South Carolina.
Falsely accusing white people of racism where no racism exists (think Jussie) is racism. In fact, white racism is so rare in the United States that cultural Marxists must create hate-crime hoaxes and 'find' it in everything from 'micro-aggressions' to non-existent 'white privilege' to college kids riding a ATV in a state park.
The truth is: White people have enhanced the lives of all people through their incredible innate innovations that transcend transportation, health care, and communication technologies. Nearly all of the 7.63-billion people currently living literally owe their lives to Western innovation. According to research published by Charles Murray, about 97 percent of advancements in art and technology are from Western nations.
Here at the College if Charleston we have Restorative Justice meetings after racists offend minority populations.— egg head. (@lanasaaaaaa) March 7, 2019
What does that do?
Give them grounds to continue to act on these racial biases.
When will we stop calling this ignorance? @CofC pic.twitter.com/qYwBxnET5u
From insidehighered.com ▼ Scott Jaschik
Black students are planning to walk out of classes today to protest a racist video believed to feature students from the college making racist statements and joking about slavery. The video had been circulating at the college and students posted it to Twitter to demand more of a response from the college.
Interim President Stephen C. Osborne issued a letter to the campus Thursday in which he said in part: "This week, I learned of a social media video that was deeply offensive and featured racist statements that made light of our country’s historical wrongs regarding slavery. These disturbing comments run completely counter to our core values of integrity, respect for the individual student, diversity and community. The College’s Division of Student Affairs is investigating this incident and is taking appropriate action in accordance with the College’s Student Code of Conduct."
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