Black Lives Matter, bullying, Communism, Dartmouth University, harrassment, NAACP, Oppression, racism, re-education camps, terrorism
Breitbart News by Lee Stranahan
Dartmouth College is “investigating all reports of violations of College policy and will enforce appropriate sanctions,” after Black Lives Matter activists insulted and intimidated other students in the college library Nov. 12, according to a Monday email from college President Phil Hanlon.
The campus conservative newspaper Dartmouth Review reported the Nov. 12th incident:
‘Black-clad protesters gathered in front of Dartmouth Hall, forming a crowd roughly one hundred fifty strong. Ostensibly there to denounce the removal of shirts from a display in Collis [student center], the Black Lives Matter collective began to sing songs and chant their eponymous catchphrase. Not content to merely demonstrate there for the night, the band descended from their high-water mark to march into Baker-Berry Library….
While Dartmouth president, Dean Hanlon stated that “We are actively investigating all reports of violations of College policy, and will enforce appropriate sanctions,” Vice Provost Ameer is supporting the protesters.
…“The protest was a wonderful, beautiful thing,” she said, explaining that the administration was telling the news media anyone that would listen that the protest had been justified. “There’s a whole conservative world out there that’s not very nice,” she added.
Vice Provost Ameer went even further in support of the protesters. She offered to reread the Freedom Budget and revisit the feasibility of many of its proposals. “Our new Provost is very much in support of all this,” Ameer said, specifically pointing to new faculty diversity initiatives….
This is such b.s., there is a major injustice taking place and no one will stand up for the students.
Enter the NAACP whom we all know will make a bad situation worse.
In a conversation with The Dartmouth, campus NAACP President Jonathan Dikawana ’16 claimed that “comments such as ‘F*** your white privilege’ were not personal or racist attacks on individual white persons in the library…”