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Big Name Universities Bring Back Segregation

Oct 8, 2018 by

Malcolm A. Kline –

But no one questions them on it because they usually call it something else. “Many readers know that I am a professor of economics at George Mason University,” Walter Williams writes. “A few readers have asked me about ‘Black Freshmen Orientation,’ held Aug. 25 and advertised as an opportunity for students to learn more about the black community at George Mason University.”

“GMU is not alone in promoting separation in the name of diversity and inclusion. Harvard, Yale, UCLA and many other universities, including GMU, have black graduation ceremonies. Racial segregation goes beyond graduation ceremonies. Cal State Los Angeles, the University of Connecticut, UC Davis and UC Berkeley, among others, offer racially segregated housing for black students.”

“University administrators and faculty members who cave to the demands for racially segregated activities have lost their moral mooring, not to mention common sense. I’m sure that if white students demanded a whites-only dormitory or whites-only graduation ceremonies, the university community would be outraged. Some weak-minded administrators might make the argument that having black-only activities and facilities is welcoming and might make black students feel more comfortable. I’m wondering whether they would also support calls by either white or black students for separate (themed) bathrooms and water fountains.”

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