Cal State LA offers segregated housing for black students
‘A safe space for Black CSLA students …’
California State University Los Angeles recently rolled out segregated housing for black students.
The worst part about that is that the rest of the student housing won’t have any blacks.
Can you at least detect a hint of sarcasm?
If I was a non-black student at CSLA, I’d sarcastically and disingenuously organize a protest wherein I would complain about being robbed of black roommates. That’s because I know the net effect would be to drive blacks even further away. I know, the rest of the world isn’t as Machiavellan as I am.
The arrangement comes roughly nine months after the university’s Black Student Union issued a set of demands in response to what its members contend are frequent “racist attacks” on campus, such as “racially insensitive remarks” and “microaggressions” by professors and students.
I hope they survived.
“[It] would provide a cheaper alternative housing solution for Black students. This space would also serve as a safe space for Black CSLA students to congregate, connect, and learn from each other,” the demand letter stated.
The black section is the low rent district. See also: Everywhere else.
The newly debuted Halisi Scholars Black Living-Learning Community “focuses on academic excellence and learning experiences that are inclusive and non-discriminatory,” Cal State LA spokesman Robert Lopez told The College Fix via email.
Trying to wrap my mind around how “black-only” and “inclusive and non-discriminatory” fit together in the same concept, unless one thinks that inclusivity and non-discrimination don’t mean what they literally mean, and are instead weapons that blacks wield for their own racial benefit.
Lopez declined to answer any additional questions or provide more details on the new community, such as how many rooms it encompasses, and whether it’s a whole floor or just a few rooms.
And whether the dorm will have a weave installation salon.
In addition to the Black Student Union’s housing demand, the group also demanded a $30 million dollar scholarship endowment to aid black students, three new black faculty counselors, a new anti-discrimination policy and cultural competency course for faculty and students, and finally, a meeting with the president for them to discuss the “fulfillment and implementation of each demand.”
The tertiary education environment is such a threat to black bodies that they’re making demands of such a sort that the end result of them is that blacks would easily be able to be admitted onto one and never have to leave as they migrate from education to work. What this means is that this is just more gibs by any other means.