Nov 12, 2015

Mizzou Demonstrators Segregate White Allies to Form ‘Black Only Healing Space’ | TheBlaze.com

Student protesters at the University of Missouri asked white supporters to leave Wednesday night in order to create a "black only healing space." Steve Schmidt, an activist who was at the protest, tweeted that Concerned Student 1950 group were "asking white allies to leave." https://twitter.com/_SteveSchmidt_/status/664602953123262464/ Prominent...

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