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More censorship at college but as long as it helps blacks, liberals tell us it's ok.
University of Minnesota Bans Use of Race in Crime Suspect Descriptions PUNDIT PRESS
February 26, 2015
The University of Minnesota has banned the use of race when describing crime suspects when only a “limited” amount of information is known about them. Specifically, if the race of the suspect is known, but some other identifiable traits are not, the college will not release the race of the criminal.
The University of Minnesota’s President, Eric Kaler, explained that their “Crime Alerts may unintentionally reinforce racist stereotypes of Black men, and other people of color, as criminals and threats.
“That in turn,” he continued, “can create an oppressive climate for some members of our community, a climate of suspicion and hostility.”