Counseling for Students after Black Lives Matter Whiteboard was Defaced

, Spencer Irvine, 2 Comments

black lives matter photoModern snowflakes need counseling for everything, apparently:

After a “positive” Black Lives Matter message on a whiteboard inside a University of Iowa residence hall was defaced, administrators not only launched a police investigation, but also offered counseling to those distressed by the incident.

“On the evening of Friday, May 6, 2016, someone wrote offensive drawings on a whiteboard. The drawings were racially biased and defaced what was a positive Black Lives Matter statement with hate-speech directed at Black and African American people as an ethnic and racial group,” according to a memo to students provided to The College Fix by the campus public affairs office.

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