“Center for Social Justice and Inclusion”
What is the difference between this and Jim Crow laws? The organizers of this event are practicing racial segregation in the name of social justice. It’s insanity.
Campus Reform reports:
UMich hosts space for ‘students that do not identify as persons of color’
The University of Michigan-Dearborn Center for Social Justice and Inclusion hosted a “Non-POC Cafe” virtual event on Tuesday, as well as a “BIPOC Cafe” to “discuss their experience as students on campus.” The bi-monthly “Non-POC Cafe” is described on the website as “a space for students that do not identify as persons of color to gather and to discuss their experience as students on campus and as non-POC in the world.”
Similarly, the “BIPOC Cafe” was described as “a space for student [sic] from marginalized racial/ethnic/cultural communities to gather and relate with one another.”
“Feel free to drop in and unwind, meet other students of color, discuss your experiences as persons of color, and hopefully brainstorm solutions to common issues within the BIPOC community,” the description stated.
Both event descriptions were taken off of the university website before the time of publication.
“This is a lot of words to convey ‘whites only,’” Commentary Magazine Associate Editor Noah Rothman wrote on Twitter. “And all in the name of social justice.”
This is a lot of words to convey “whites only.” And all in the name of social justice. pic.twitter.com/SM6wN3RHlk
— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) September 9, 2020
This is segregation. How is the campus left any different from those who pushed Jim Crow laws? https://t.co/IPaPNxgU9D
— Mike LaChance (@MikeLaChance33) September 9, 2020
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