Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Students protest school’s response to “KKK” posters

Michigan - Students at Hope College are not happy with their school’s response to a racially-charged fake fraternity. Close to 200 Hope College students took to the streets to protest the college’s response to recent racially motivated incident on campus. Posters were recently put up around campus, promoting a fake fraternity called “Kappa, Kappa, Kappa,” and playing up the acronym “KKK.” “I was scared. I was actually scared,” said Black Student Union Vice President Robert Phillips. ”This poster says nothing but hate. It’s murder, it’s ignorance.”  More…

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