Black Students Demand Segregation From Whites


These demands are proof that college students care very little for actual knowledge or intellect. If the what the media has been reporting in recent months is any indication, they care more about creating racial unrest than they do about getting an actual education. And the hiring of radical professors doesn't help the issue much, either.

The demands have been presented to campus administrators and are chronicled by TheDemands.org, a website run by a racial advocacy group called the Black Liberation Collective.

Not all of the 76 demand lists, each from a different university, seek segregated spaces — but several do.

At UCLA, the Afrikan Student Union is insisting upon an “Afrikan Diaspora floor” as well as an “Afro-house.”

“Black students lack spaces where they feel safe and comfortable,” the UCLA demands state. “The Afrikan Diaspora floor is a way for us to connect more to other Black students, the Afrikan Student Union, and the Afro-Am department. The floor should be branded as a safe space for all Black students.”

As for the “creation and support of a UCLA Afro-house,” the demands state “many Black students cannot afford to live in Westwood with the high prices of rent. An Afro-house would provide a cheaper alternative housing solution for Black students, that would also serve as a safe space for Black Bruins to congregate and learn from each other.”

At NYU, students demanded that “within the NYU 2031 Plan, have guaranteed that an entire floor of the mixed use building in the Southern Superblock plan be entirely dedicated to Students of Color, and another for Queer Students on campus.”

Students at UC Berkeley demanded “the creation of an African-American Student Development Resource Center…with a designated office space as well as space for hosting events, at a central campus location. This center is to be under the purview of the African-American Student Development Office.”

“The resource center will serve as a space on campus for Black students to gather, host programming, and to offer support to Black student organizations, all contributing to community building, increased stability, and a greater feeling of belonging at the university,” the demands add.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't all of this go directly against what the Civil Rights Movement was meant to accomplish. They claim to idolize and be inspired by figures like Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks, yet they're going against everything they set out to do.

In their mission to make people aware of racism, they're actually creating more of it. The fight for racial equality isn't about equality at all . . . it's about racial dominance, something they plan to accomplish by isolating one white person at a time.

Source: thecollegefix.com

 



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