“I am asking members of Highlander nation to pledge in serving as active and vocal participants by advocating for equality and fairness now and well into the future”
This is what we have been witnessing since the early days of summer. Coronavirus restrictions exist for almost everything except Black Lives Matter protests which are exempt for some reason.
Campus Reform reports:
Radford encourages students to attend BLM protest, despite COVID restrictions
Radford University is allowing a Black Lives Matter protest to take place on Saturday, despite its own concerns over coronavirus.
Multiple Radford University student organizations are hosting “The Bigger Picture March and Rally,” where it is expected that hundreds of people will gather together on campus, including the university’s president, Brian Hemphill, to support the Black Lives Matter movement.
Hemphill sent out an email to the campus community on Monday morning promoting the event and asking students to attend the rally.
“As we move forward together in sharing a united message that Black Lives Matter, I am asking members of Highlander nation to pledge in serving as active and vocal participants by advocating for equality and fairness now and well into the future. I look forward to joining with our passionate students as part of The Bigger Picture March and Rally to be held on the afternoon of September 19, 2020,” Hemphill wrote.
In the email, Hemphill talked about his experience with racism and further “applaud[s] those who have faithfully supported Black Lives Matter in sharing a peaceful and powerful message for change” and asked students to “join” him in “denouncing racism and reporting discrimination.”
Hemphill then goes on to ask Radford University students “to pledge in serving as active and vocal participants by advocating for equality and fairness” and notes that he will be joining the march and rally. After the email was sent out, there was an overwhelming amount of criticism by students, parents, and city residents.
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