Author Topic: Harvard to hold graduation ceremony for black students only  (Read 32 times)

Justaguy

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Harvard University will hold a graduation ceremony exclusively for its black student population on 23 May.

More than 170 students and 530 guests have signed up to attend the Black Commencement event, the first university wide ceremony for black students.

The organisers say that the event is a celebration of "fellowship" rather than "segregation" and highlights the unique achievements of black students at an institution that has grappled with its historic ties to slavery.

Michael Huggins, a student who will receive a master's degree in public policy from the Harvard Kennedy School in Massachusetts at the end of this month, told The Root that the ceremony is "an opportunity to celebrate Harvard's black excellence and black brilliance."

He stressed that the event is not about segregation but about "building a community."

https://us.yahoo.com/news/harvard-hold-graduation-ceremony-black-124111044.html

I think it's a great idea.  And since they need to build their community, I think it would only be wise to give them their own swimming pools, section in the movie theater, water fountains, bathrooms, and a special place in the back of the bus, where they prefer to sit anyway.  We need to build communities for them across the land so that they can experience black brilliance and excellence.

Or....

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Re: Harvard to hold graduation ceremony for black students only
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2017, 07:10:22 PM »
Imagine the outcry is the whites pulled that stupid shit? Race cards would be flying 100mph in every direction.