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George Mason U. Holds Separate Orientation for Black Freshmen

George Mason U. Holds Separate Orientation for Black Freshmen

“aimed to help new students feel welcome”

Why are people in academia trying to undo years of progress in racial equality?

The College Fix reports:

University hosts separate orientation for black freshmen

Incoming freshmen at George Mason University recently had the opportunity to attend another orientation created specifically for black students.

The event was called the “Black Freshman Orientation.” Hosted by the Black Student Alliance, the additional orientation occurred on August 25 at the university. It has become an annual event there.

Incoming black freshmen at GMU did not have to attend the Black Freshman Orientation, and if they decided to attend, they still were required to go to the university’s regular orientation as well, according to the university.

As for the Black Freshman Orientation, it aimed to help new students feel welcome at the public, Virginia-based university.

“This event is dedicated for the incoming freshman who identify as black or are supporters of black people. The Black Freshman Orientation will offer ways to be involved at Mason not only with the black organizations but also mason as a whole. This event allows incoming students for an outlook on how the Black Community at Mason is like,” a Welcome 2 Mason website about the event states.

On a seperate website, GMU Campus Labs, it described the event as a chance to network.

“The Black Freshman Orientation is a Black Student Alliance event that occurs annually at the beginning of the school year. This year, the Black Student Alliance will be collaborating with other on campus organizations to make the experience even more valuable and enriching for all who attend,” it stated.

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are the women separated from the men?

This event allows incoming students for an outlook on how the Black Community at Mason is like

It certainly doesn’t look like the black students at GMU are benefiting from their education.

Hey, they should set aside the back half of every bus for minorities so they will feel safe.

This event is dedicated for the incoming freshman who identify as black or are supporters of black people.

Supporters of black people? What a load of racist crap!

    randian in reply to ConradCA. | September 8, 2018 at 2:17 pm

    “Supporters of black people? What a load of racist crap!”

    You may have noticed the left using “supporter” and “ally” in ways that strongly imply unquestioning subservience.

George Corley Wallace, Jr. would be as proud as can be. As the Governor of Alabama, he said:
“In the name of the greatest people that have ever trod this earth, I draw the line in the dust and toss the gauntlet before the feet of tyranny, and I say segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever.”
He would be gratified to hear that George Mason University is continuing this Democratic tradition of segregation.

I feel sorry for Martin Luther King, Jr., who must be turning over in his grave. He famously said,
“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”
But now, the progressive Democrats lump everyone together according to the color of their skin and judge people on that basis.

Face it. Segregation and abortion are absolute goods, and they serve the interests of White people.

JustShootMeNow’s tongue-in-cheek suggestion should be implemented and extended to classrooms, restrooms, etc. Black students should not have to abide White instructors, and Black teachers should not have to abide White students. Blacks should have their own dormitories and cafeterias, and their own doctors.

    Baltimore is increasing efforts to hire black teachers presumably for its black students or, in other words, whitey need not apply?

I have heard it said: The way to end discrimination is to end discrimination. True, and yet so difficult for the so called “victim class” to comprehend.

The role of “supporter” is to say nothing, but nod and clap as appropriate.

Just how many drops of impure blood does it take to disqualify one as black at this university?

Indeterminate. They fear getting into that argument, which is why they added “black supporters” to their list.

But remember, they showed you what they fear….

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