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Black girl who attacked white dreadlocks guy can now live on segregated ‘Afro-themed’ floor

School says it’s ‘inclusive’ to segregate

San Francisco State University student Bonita Tindle was captured on video this spring attacking a white student with dreadlocks. She was offended by his cultural appropriation.

She may be able to avoid white hairstyles more easily through a new university initiative to segregate black students on “Afro-themed dorm floors.”

KPIX 5 reports that the plans are in “very early stages,” in response to Black Student Union demands to “create a new space on campus where students can safely live and talk about issues affecting African-Americans.”

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Ironically, university spokesman Jonathan Morales said the school’s goal in segregating black students was to be “inclusive”:

SF State already has several themed dorm floors – one for science and tech, another for business, and another for civil and community engagement – this newest theme though would be specific around race and culture. They are calling it an Afro-themed dorm floor.

Officials claim the school won’t turn away non-black students who want to live there – the floor will simply be “geared toward” black students. (Until a white floor resident wears dreadlocks … ?)

California State University-Los Angeles also recently unveiled segregated housing for black students in response to Black Student Union demands, joining the University of Connecticut, University of California-Davis and UC-Berkeley.

Like SFSU, CSULA said the segregated housing was “inclusive” and anyone could live there.

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h/t Campus Reform

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