Protesters at the University of Kansas are calling a fundraiser for kids with cancer a “racist microaggression against them.”
National Review reports that the Delta Delta Delta sorority was selling the candy when a student-activist group called“Rock Chalk Invisible Hawk” demanded that the members abandon the fundraiser and join them if they really wanted to do something to help others.
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One student tweeted “do you see how the system is designed for @KUTriDelta to sell candy canes, but not listen to PoC?”
He continued, “control your members. Now is NOT the time for laughin/candy canes. Have you heard of microaggressions?”
They went on about how because they donated money to the sick kids it should have been enough for the sorority to stop their fundraiser and protest with the race-activists.
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The sorority was forced to 'defend' its actions on Twitter.
They wrote that their “intention was solely to raise money for kids suffering from cancer” and “not to take away from the issue of oppression of marginalized groups or to appear racially insensitive.”
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