American University Gives Black Students Extra Time On Tests And A “Blacks Only” Cafe
American University (AU) in Washington, D.C., has agreed to give black students an extension on their final exams (not white students) and agreed to ban white students from a campus cafe after a hoax perpetrated by a black supremacist student sparked a black student protest.
Harambe is the giant gorilla who was tragically shot at the Cincinnati Zoo in May last year, only to become “meme of the year” after the internet took it upon itself to immortalize the beloved primate with such classy tributes as “dicks out for Harambe” and “Harambe did 9/11.” Petitions also mushroomed during the summer to erect a White House statue of Harambe, turn him into a Pokémon and make him the new face of the $50 bill.
But as with many internet memes , Harambe tributes quickly acquired racist undertones, resulting in various media outlets and university staffers (at Clemson university for example) condemning all references to the gorilla as “racist” and “sexist” even if they clearly were not. Tolerance does not appear to be a word in their vocabulary.
AU officials have not identified any suspects but sources tell us it was a hoax. Nevertheless, on May 8 a meeting was scheduled between black supremacist leaders whom apparently set-up the banana display and school administrators to discuss the incident.
After the meeting had to be rescheduled, a group of at least 50 black supremacists organized a violent protest and blocked peoples freedom of travel in a parking garage on Friday in order to protest the administration’s apparent disregard for their fake grievances.
Black supremacist students were adamant they would illegally “occupy all space,” hold the university hostage and not leave until their racist demands were met: “Occupying space will help our cause because time and time again we protest and leave, then administration blows us off,” the black supremacist President of the Black Student Alliance said.
According to flyers obtained by Campus Reform, the black supremacist demands included the following:
“For the remaining [sic] of the semester, the Bridge will become a sanctuary for people of color,” the ultimatum begins, referring to a student café and lounge on campus.
Students also demanded that “all POC [persons of color] students get extensions, and should not be penalized for already scheduled finals after the incident,” arguing that the racist incident on campus has distressed many students to the point that they are unable to focus on exams.
The final demand calls for a “separate investigation team based out of the university (composed of a group of non-biased expert contractors) that can investigate cases of racism and discrimination brought against the institution of American University.”
The Black Print reports that representatives from the D.C. chapter of the racist, hate group Black Lives Matter came in solidarity with the protest, noting that this type of black supremacy action was” just a small reflection on what we do every single day” to draw attention to the “inconvenience and the uncomfortable things we feel on an everyday basis being black people in America.”
When AU Provost Scott Bass arrived at the scene of the protest, over 90 minutes after it had started, he reassured the crowd that there was nothing more important to his administration than supporting black supremacy and “a multicultural campus” before announcing that AU had just signed a lucrative contract with racist black man Ibram X. Kendi, a black supremacist historian and author of the book, “Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America” to establish a black supremacy center on campus, according to student website The Eagle.
After reviewing protesters’ demands for a only few minutes, Bass then verbally conceded to all them proving once again all black supremacists need to do to get what they want is to set up a hoax and then threaten to take over university buildings until their demands are met. In this case it only took a few minutes to get what they wanted from a white ctrl-left liberal snowflake provost.
“We are interested in getting to the bottom of the issue, and the sooner we can do that, the better,” he said “But I will also say that that doesn’t stop our commitment to do more. This is just a minimum. … This is not just one incident. It’s a deeper issue in our community.”
That was enough to satisfy the crowd, which began to disperse and move away from the garage, whilst victoriously chanting ““We are AU! We are AU!”.
Nahima Marchal contributed to this story.