North Carolina State Administrator Wants Segregated Housing for Black Women
Why are people on the left constantly trying to undo the work of the civil rights movement?
The Daily Caller reports:
Multiculturalism Director Plans Segregated Dorm For Black Women
North Carolina State University wants to create segregated housing for black women on its campus, the The North Carolina State News reports.
This latest initiative is the brainchild of the university’s new director of multicultural student affairs, Nashia Whittenburg. The new “living and learning village” will be for women of color only, while Whittenburg also envisions celebrating cultural differences at the academic institution.
“There’s so much opportunity,” Whittenburg told the News. She envisions her responsibility as one of making students feel more separate and comfortable.
The university is already celebrating multiculturalism by separating its students from one another. There are no fewer than 16 “villages” on campus where students can fellowship with other students who are just like they are. There’s the Black Male Initiative village and the Women of Welch village that are designed to appeal to “special interests and particular demographics.”
Whittenburg is wasting no plans to create a village for black women, and has already presented her ideas to the university’s housing director. She hopes to have something in place by 2018 and to further enhance the university’s commitment to keeping students of different cultural backgrounds apart.