According to a report at the New York Post, student activists at Columbia University — better known these days as “crybullies” — are demanding that fellow students participate in their protest activities whether they want to or not. Those who don’t can end up facing a campaign of intimidation.
The Post reported:
Columbia student activists are pestering peers to attend campus protests and walk-outs in solidarity with college students at Missouri and Yale or risk social isolation, students say.
Organizers posted flyers and sent Facebook messages inviting undergraduates to wear black clothing and join two demonstrations last Thursday to support people of color who are “marginalized and threatened.”
“There’s been a campaign of intimidation, where students are going dorm to dorm, floor to floor and asking students to go back to their dorms and put on black if they’re not wearing black,” one parent told the Post.
And in case you didn’t know, Frisbee is now a sign of “privilege,” according to activists, one of whom led protesters in a chant of “I love black criminals.”
— Steve Krakauer (@SteveKrak) November 15, 2015
@SteveKrak Evidently, demanding to be let out of taking exams to protest Halloween costume choices is not priviledge…
— Daniel Whelan (@dannybhoyo13) November 16, 2015
Maybe we all should.
Perhaps parents should place Columbia on the list of colleges to stay away from, along with Mizzou and Yale.
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