California has approved a swimming party that no white students will be allowed to attend. Scripps College will be hosting the pool party on Friday at the Sallie Tiernan Field House pool. The party is set for 7 to 10 p.m.
The organizers intend for the event to help “build community” among the school’s minorities.
Organized by Scripps’s Latinx group “Cafe con Leche”, the event was announced via Facebook under the claim of being the “first ever POC [person of color] pool party in [Clare]mont”. POC stands for “persons of color.”
The announcement says: “Bring your chanclas and the homies over to our nice ass resort pool, LET’S TAKE UP SPACE,” adding that the event is “a safe space for…students that identify as POC to come together and build community.”
The announcement advises students to help identify those who should be banned and to use “an anonymous Google form to notify us of people we should keep out!”
A student representing the segregated event said for the school’s newspaper, the Claremont Independent that they are “inclusive” despite banning white people from attending the event.
“Most POCs at any of the Claremont Colleges (which are historically PWIs (Predominantly White Institutions)) interact and enjoy interacting with people of all races (obviously including white people), but sometimes it’s nice to have a time to be with people who identify in the same or similar way that you do,” the student said.
— The College Fix (@CollegeFix) April 13, 2018
Of course, Facebook does not call this hate speech or racism! Remember when “no blacks allowed” was called racist and illegal? Now it is acceptable and encouraged by the left to say no whites allowed. And the Democrats wonder why conservatives will never vote for them?
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