Tuesday, March 28, 2017

University of Michigan

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Students at the University of Michigan have decided that white people need to be excluded from certain areas of campus.

An activist group named “Students4Justice” is demanding that school officials create a segregated space to plot their white resistance.

According to the College Fix, the group is demanding “a permanent designated space on central campus for black students and students of color to organize and do social justice work.”

The request comes at a time when the University is building at $10 million dollar multicultural center in the middle of campus. The multicultural center was a demand of the Black Student Union during campus protests in 2014.

Now they want more than to learn about different cultures. Now they want segregation.

If any other student union or group asked to have a safe space and keep black people out then it would be called racism. How is this not racism?

There is a growing hate toward “white” people on campuses around America.

Last year a student group from Claremont McKenna College created a “safe space” for students of color. (Note this publication previously reported that Claremont McKenna College created a safe space for non-whites, however it was a university sanctioned student group that made their office space available).

A black woman got in the face of a white student claiming that his dreadlocks were racist and “cultural appropriation”.

Colleges and Universities are supposed to be places where we educate and grow the future, but if the above examples images of our future then we are in real trouble.

Thoughts? Comment below.

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Students at University of Michigan got a campus screening of “American Sniper”–the critically-acclaimed movie about an American war hero–booted. Shown instead?

“Paddington,” a PG-rated movie based on the kid’s book about a teddy bear.

You can’t make this stuff up.

The Muslim, Middle Eastern, and North African student association (MENA) at University of Michigan filed a protest that attacked both “American Sniper” and Chris Kyle, the late sniper whose life the film is based on.

“Although we respect the right to freedom of speech, we believe that with this right comes responsibility: responsibility of action, intention, and outcome,” the petition letter from MENA to University of Michigan officials stated. “The movie ‘American Sniper’ not only tolerates but promotes anti-Muslim and anti-MENA rhetoric and sympathizes with a mass killer.”

Only in the minds of self-involved liberal college students is a war hero a “mass killer.” And only in their minds is it preferable see mindless dreck about a stuffed teddy bear than a thought-provoking movie about war and sacrifice.

University of Michigan, of course, bent over backwards to apologize for the alleged “insult.”

“We… did not intend to exclude any students or communities on campus through showing this film,” the university wrote. “Nevertheless, as we know, intent and impact can be very different things.”

Hopefully, University of Michigan’s student body of professional victims don’t find fault with the treatment of stuffed animals in “Paddington.”

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