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Feb 14, 2020 16:04:45   #
no propaganda please Loc: moon orbiting the third rock from the sun
 
Black student tells whites to leave because she's uncomfortable
WND
'There's very few spaces for us, so keep that in mind'
WND Staff By WND Staff
Published February 13, 2020 at 3:00pm


A student at the University of Virginia, which includes a multicultural center, has told whites to leave the facility because she just feels "uncomfortable."

The stunning attitude, and comments, were captured on video:

Student at University of Virginia to other students in the Multicultural Center:

“Public service announcement! Frankly, there is just too many white people in here... It does make some of us PoCs uncomfortable.”

This is literally racist. pic.twitter.com/AoARgqwYqb

— The First (@TheFirstonTV) February 12, 2020

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A social media commenter who found and posted the video noted that the student posted, "Public service announcement! … Frankly, there is just too many white people in here … It does make some of us PoCs (people of color) uncomfortable."

A Gateway Pundit commentary noted it was "a racist black student" who was demanding that "white people leave the newly opened Multicultural Student Center at University of Virginia."

The report continued, "The entitled student stood up and announced to her peers that white students using the space made her and other people of color uncomfortable."

Said the student, "There's a whole university for a lot of you all to be at, and there's very few spaces for us, so keep that in mind."

"The website for the Multicultural Center," wrote Gateway Pundit, "which just opened on February 6, says that it is meant to 'promote inclusion and engagement for historically underrepresented students. We enhance the undergraduate experience through co-curricular programs and culturally relevant services that are meant to empower students in their identity, build community, and help a diverse group of students find their individual and collective voices.'

"Apparently 'diversity' means targeting and excluding white students, to some, despite the website stating that 'these Centers are open to everyone, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, ability, ethnic or national origin, sexual orientation or gender identity.'"

On Twitter, the posting with the video was followed but a long list of comments that were less than tolerant of her announcement.

"Hutch" wrote, "If she is so uncomfortable. She is free to leave."

"Some POC's do a real good job of keeping racism alive and well," said Mike Deneut.

Brad Crockett said, "Clearly some of these students didn't understand that 'multicultural' meant 'no white people.'"

"Lisaroselee" added, "She also has access to the entire campus and is free to go anywhere she wants to go."

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Feb 14, 2020 18:02:25   #
working class stiff Loc: N. Carolina
 
I'm gonna say you....for your headline.

Why use the plural 'racists'?

So one white person makes an idiotic racist remark...I'm going to project that on to every white person?

Did she speak for her entire race? Was she elected to speak for her race? Or is it you projecting that she speaks for her race, and that black folks must all think alike? Why else use the plural?

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Feb 14, 2020 18:50:18   #
Rose42
 
working class stiff wrote:
I'm gonna say you....for your headline.

Why use the plural 'racists'?

So one white person makes an idiotic racist remark...I'm going to project that on to every white person?

Did she speak for her entire race? Was she elected to speak for her race? Or is it you projecting that she speaks for her race, and that black folks must all think alike? Why else use the plural?


She said ‘some of us’ which one can construe to mean other black people she knew as well. One could say they were racists. I didn’t take it to mean she spoke for everyone and I would be surprised if thats what NPP meant.

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Feb 14, 2020 20:43:33   #
no propaganda please Loc: moon orbiting the third rock from the sun
 
Rose42 wrote:
She said ‘some of us’ which one can construe to mean other black people she knew as well. One could say they were racists. I didn’t take it to mean she spoke for everyone and I would be surprised if thats what NPP meant.


You are correct. I do not group people together because of their ethnicity, color, sex, or IQ. If I group people ever it is those who love and care for animals and those who do not.

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