Friday, October 05, 2018
Washington state's smallest public college is learning how expensive advocating for social justice can be. Along with having its budget cut by $6 million, Evergreen State College in Olympia has seen a catastrophic drop in enrollment due to last year's "Day of Absence," when white people were asked to leave the campus. Campus Police Chief Stacy Brown resigned in the midst of the chaos.
"The students of color have shown that they are very violent," laments Emory McClendon of the Project 21 Black Leadership Network. "They're also willing to shut down anyone who disagrees with their point of view."
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