‘Separate But Equal’: Black Harvard Students to Hold Blacks ONLY Commencement Ceremony
Black race-baiting Harvard students have organized an event called “Black Commencement 2017”, which is the first “university-wide” ceremony for black students only to walk in.
Unbelievably exclusionary and racist, the black students of Harvard apparently are so marginalized and hated that they need to create a special safe-space wherein they can “celebrate their unique struggles and achievements”. It’s not like they’re students at one of the most exclusive universities in the world or anything . . .
This type of event is disgusting and arrogant, but this isn’t new and shouldn’t be shocking to anyone.
“Ethnic minority groups” love to tell everyone just how D-I-F-F-E-R-E-N-T they are when it suits their needs and they resort to holding exclusive events, but when they are excluded from something, they feel the need to riot, loot, and vandalize to show just how much they DESERVE to be included – all under the guise of groups of like #BlackLivesMatter.
The black community was rightfully angry when we lived in a country where things were “separate but equal”, but in today’s society, everything must be separated for them to “celebrate their unique struggles” and the “white” students have to watch and be made aware of “black excellence”.
The Boston Globe reported on this story (in the most leftist way possible), the following is a quote from a student named Courtney Woods who is going to participate in the event:
“I can only imagine how special I will feel when I walk across that stage and be able to honor my identity and my struggle at Harvard,” said Woods, who is completing a master’s degree at the Graduate School of Education. “I know this is exactly what students like me need to be inspired as we leave this place as emerging global leaders.”
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“The primary reason we wanted to do this is we really wanted to come together to celebrate Harvard black excellence and brilliance,” said Huggins, who is graduating from the Kennedy School. “This is really an opportunity for students to build fellowship and build a community.”
The event can be attended by students of other races, but only black students are allowed to participate. This is an embarrassing moment for a once great institution.