The ridiculousness of modern university students keeps on coming.
Student Nissy Aya gathered with other Columbia students and staff on Wednesday to discuss the topic of “Race, Ethnicity, and University Life.”
Aya was on track to receive her degree in 2014, but will not get in in 2016. She mentioned how “how hard it has been for me to get through this institution.”
She then proceeded to put the blame on how “white centric” her art history class is.
Columbia's core curriculum requires students to take six classes with a focus on the culture and history of Western, European civilization.
“It’s traumatizing to sit in Core classes. We are looking at history through the lens of these powerful, white men. I have no power or agency as a black woman, so where do I fit in?” she asked.
Aya complained how Congolese artwork was repeatedly characterized as “primitive” five times in her art class. She didn't speak against it because “she was tired of already having worked that day to address so many other instances of racism and discrimination” according to The Columbia Spectator.
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