Non-Student Created ‘No Black People Allowed’ Sign at USC

, Spencer Irvine, 1 Comment

image screenshot from The Tab USC tweet

Another race hoax, this time at USC, where a black non-student resident put up a sign that read, “No Black People Allowed.” No charges were filed against the person, but it created a stir, to say the least.

University of Southern California’s Department of Public Safety has confirmed that the person who recently adhered a sign reading “No Black People Allowed” to the gate of a campus residence complex is … African-American.

The sign also featured a makeshift Confederate flag and “#MAGA” — the Trump campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.”

According to The Tab, the culprit, who’s “not affiliated with the university,” put up the sign due to a disagreement. A university security camera recorded the incident.

 

One Response

  1. Duke Lipensky

    April 27, 2017 9:14 am

    Thank god that a camera recorded it otherwise we would have another demonstration glass broken rocks thrown at the police and 500,000 worth of damage.
    On that same campus soon there will be a demonstration that there are too many cameras on campus—invasion of privacy.

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