Washington State College Has A “Day Without White People”

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Washington State College

Racial tensions in the United States being on the rise isn’t a new phenomenon. What is new is those who are up in arms attempting to bully white people into staying away from the college campus where they pay to attend.

As ridiculous as this may seem, it’s the real deal. Students at Washington State College wanted a day without white people, and some of the white people didn’t appreciate it.

No, they didn’t flood the streets and burn things, they just showed up at school. This is what happened.

Via New York Post:

After protesters at a Washington state college called for a day without white people, a biology professor says he no longer feels safe on campus — and student activists complain they’re being vilified by conservative media.

Evergreen State College students said racial tensions have been simmering in recent weeks, but reached a boiling point when a faculty member disagreed with their plans to protest what they say is institutional racism at the Olympia campus, according to The Olympian.

Students were particularly incensed by an email that surfaced on Twitter on May 25 between Professor Bret Weinstein and Rashida Love, director of First Peoples Multicultural Advising Services.

Weinstein, who is white, allegedly condemned the “Day of Absence” event that asked white people to leave campus for the day.

He called the day “an act of oppression in and of itself” and said he would visit campus in spite of the demonstration, according to USA Today.