Supposedly Racist Tweets at Claremont College Aren’t
A fair number of students were unimpressed with the demonstration, and said so on Yik Yak.
How did the black students respond? By calling the tweets “racist” and making a video reading some of them.
Of course, there was nothing racist about the tweets unless you think that any dissent or failure to be supportive is racist. Check out the supposedly racist statements.
This, of course, exactly parallels tweets Marquette students posted in response to a “diversity” demonstration that blocked traffic on Wisconsin Avenue. In that case also, a lot of Marquette students were unsympathetic, and said so on Yik Yak (Facebook login required to view page). Good for those Marquette students.
Note to leftist students: get out of your little politically correct bubble and face the fact that a lot of people disagree with you. And the vast majority of people who disagree with you are not racist, they just don’t buy your arguments.
The little world you live in, pampered and coddled by university bureaucrats and leftist faculty, isn’t the real world that exists off college campuses. Your college experience is teaching you things that don’t transfer well into the real world. The tweets responding to your antics are a dose of that real world, and if you stubbornly insist on demonizing the people who post them, you are marginalizing yourself.
Labels: Black lives matter, Claremont College, Coalition of and for Students of Color at Marquette University, Demonstration, Marquette University, Political Correctness, Race, student activism, tweets, Yik Yak