Students sign petition to ban ‘offensive’ white man in crosswalk signs

By Ethan Cai

  • GWU students recently voted to change the school’s “Colonials” mascot and told Campus Reform that President Barack Obama is the best president in history.

  • Campus Reform went undercover to George Washington University to ask students if they supported changing the “offensive” and “oppressive” white man in crosswalk lights, as well.

     

    With the rise of politically correct culture, students and universities have vehemently pushed for diversity and inclusivity movements, resulting in many things being labeling “offensive.”

    In the past, students have signed fake petitions to ban “offensive” holidays like Valentine’s Day and even Christmas to push diversity and inclusion.

    “I can see like, I guess, why some students have a problem with it… I’ll totally sign that.”    

    [RELATED: VIDEO: GW students say ‘Colonials’ mascot too offensive]

    Amid these ongoing diversity and inclusivity movements, Campus Reform went to George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where students previously voted to ban their “offensive” Colonials mascot. GW students also previously told Campus Reform that President Barack Obama is the best president in U.S. history.

    Campus Correspondent Ethan Cai asked George Washington students if they supported changing “offensive” crosswalk lights because the “walk” sign only portrays an image of a white man.

    How far will this movement of diversity and inclusion go? Where will the line be drawn for what is considered offensive?

    WATCH:

    “As we students cross the street, we are told by the symbol of a white man when it is okay to cross,” the fake petition stated. “Many students from diverse backgrounds, including individuals of color, gender fluid individuals, and LGBTQA+ individuals, feel oppressed by this.”

    [RELATED: VIDEO: Students at George Washington University say Obama is greatest president ever]

    By signing the petition, students “vehemently urge[d] the University to consider changing the crosswalk signs.”

    Many students signed Campus Reform’s fake petition. Even one university faculty member expressed support, as well.

    “There’s definitely a lack of representation,” one student said about the crosswalks. Another said that she thought the change would be “one step” to a more welcoming campus environment.

    [RELATED: VIDEO: Students sign fake petition to ban ‘Hurricane’ mascot at U. Miami]

    “That’s so cute! Oh my god yeah,” a student said with excitement about the idea. “I can see like, I guess, why some students have a problem with it… I’ll totally sign that.”

    “Oh that’s so lit,” another student exclaimed.

    What did other students say? Watch the full video above to find out.

Berkeley Administration is Teaching Illegal Aliens How to Fight Back Against ICE

By Jose Nino

Campus Reform reports that the University of California, Berkeley has a system in place to protect students and faculty who are illegal immigrants.

Berkeley’s Undocumented Student Program (USP) helps provide illegal immigrants on campus with educational and legal assistance. The Los Angeles Times details that the UC system vowed to not cooperate with immigration enforcement officials and turn over private records without first receiving court orders.

The USP provides various resources, which includes a webpage, titled  “What to do if ICE comes to your door,” a five-step plan that teaches illegal immigrants how to act when confronting an ICE agent.

The first four parts instruct the reader “DO NOT OPEN DOORS,” “REMAIN SILENT,” “DO NOT SIGN,” and “REPORT THE RAID!” and the last step says “FIGHT BACK!”

The “FIGHT BACK!” section has a fist image and says “get a trustworthy attorney & explore all options to fight your case. If detained, you may be able to get bail — don’t give up hope!”

The USP does not stop with its five-step plan.

The USP also has a “rapid response hotline” that illegal students and faculty can use when dealing with ICE.

Simply by dialing the Alameda County Immigration Legal and Education Partnership-sponsored hotline, Berkley faculty and the student body can warn illegal immigrants in advance about ICE activity on campus.

Carol Christ, the UC Berkeley Chancellor, put the school’s USP in the spotlight through a statement on June 26. The statement solidified the university’s mission to protect illegal immigrants.

Christ said, “Every member of the UC Berkeley community is a valuable contributor to the university, regardless of immigration status.”

The UC Berkeley Chancellor added, “We remain steadfast in welcoming, supporting, and building community with our undocumented students and staff.”

She then concluded by warning illegal immigrants on campus about the prospects of ICE going on university grounds to enforce immigration laws.

She warned, “According to media reports, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) may conduct enforcement activities in the coming weeks. These media reports suggest that ICE is preparing to detain individuals who have missed a court date or have deportation orders.”

This is another case of a subversive leftist institution trying to facilitate the Left’s mass migration agenda.

After all, demographic trends do point to third world migrants being a voting bloc for leftist causes, so it makes sense for leftist institutions to put policies that encourage these kinds of migration patterns.

Europe is already showing what the consequences of mass migration look like, and America First patriots are taking note.

For that reason, BLP reports that immigration is the #1 issue going into the 2020 elections.

COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR WANTS TO “PUNCH” POLITICAL ADVERSARIES “IN THE NECK”

Colorado State University Professor Wants to "Punch" Political Adversaries "In the Neck"

“I’m done going high”

JULY 8, 2019

A Colorado State University professor says she is done “going high” and is now ready to “punch” her political adversaries “in the neck”.

Professor OiYan Poon was responding to a tweet that stated, “when they go low, you fucking punch them in the neck”.

“I’m almost done reading Michelle Obama’s Becoming, and in reading the subtext, I don’t think she even believes the whole “when they go low, we go high” b.s.,” tweeted Poon.

“Also, this tweet is a mood! I’m done “going high”. #ImReady to “punch them in the neck,” she added.

The phrase “when they go low, we go high,” was used by Michelle Obama in 2016 to encourage taking the high road against low blow tactics and dirty tricks by Republicans.

“Poon teaches higher education leadership at Colorado State and also serves as director of the school’s Race and Intersectional Studies for Education Equity (RISE) Center,” reports Campus Reform.

Poon previously complained that “there was not enough racial diversity in gifs”. She also praised her friend, activist Tanzila Ahmed, who was banned from the Tinder dating app for saying she would not date white men in her bio.

Following Campus Reform’s story on her comments, Poon placed her Twitter account on lockdown.

PROF ON FREE SPEECH ‘SH*TLORDS’: ‘FIRE THEM’ AND ‘HOUND THEM FROM RESTAURANTS’

Prof on free speech 'sh*tlords': 'Fire them' and 'hound them from restaurants'

“Fire them from their jobs. Hound them from restaurants”

Campus Reform – APRIL 30, 2019

A professor claimed Sunday that “vile little sh*tlords” who belong to free speech-themed clubs on campus should lose their jobs and be chased out of restaurants.

University of New Brunswick professor Matthew Sears made the assertion on Twitter in response to the San Diego synagogue shooting Saturday.

“We should name every white supremacist,” Sears said. “Name every writer, blogger, YouTuber, and politician that inspires them. Plaster their faces in public. Fire them from their jobs. Hound them from restaurants. Expose them and those that fuel them for the hateful pathetic wretches they are.”

The professor lumped campus free speech activists into this group in a subsequent tweet.

“And that includes every vile little shitlord in a campus ‘free speech’ club who spends his time platforming white supremacist trolls under the banner of ‘free speech,’ and every grifting liar that goes on about campus ‘censorship’ and the ‘marketplace of ideas,’” Sears stated.

When lawyer Robert Barnes shared this latter tweet with his own followers, appearing to disagree with the professor’s opinion, Sears said “there’s a difference between free speech, and those who use ‘free speech’ as a deliberate strategy to put hateful and discredited ideas into the mainstream and give them academic credibility. But you know that, you liar.”

The professor told Campus Reform that, when he speaks of campus free speech activists, he means merely those who “invite bigoted provocateurs like Richard Spencer and Milo Yannopoulos,” but Sears has previously advocated for the harassment of a far more mainstream and high-profile figure.

After U.S. Press Secretary Sarah Sanders got kicked out of a restaurant in June, the professor tweeted “forget ‘respectability politics,’ forget the ‘politics of division,’ forget ‘civility.’ Let’s denormalize these folks and their ideas every single chance we get, including throwing them the hell out of restaurants. Like we should have done *from the very beginning*.”

Sears also suggested in April 2018 that a “Make America Great Again” hat was “the functional equivalent of a [Ku Klux] Klan hood or Nazi banner.”

“I suppose I reject the notion that civility is the ultimate goal, especially in the face of what are some pretty outrageous human rights abuses, such as what we see along the US-Mexico border,” Sears said, when Campus Reformasked about his Sanders tweet. “If someone like Sanders provides cover and routinely lies for someone like Trump, even if he is the most powerful person on earth, I fail to see how mouthing off to them in restaurants is beyond the pale. Yes, this could go both ways. But appeals to civility often only manage to maintain the status quo, and benefit those in power.”

Campus Reform reached out to UNB for comment but received none in time for publication.

 

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