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UNC-Chapel Hill; UNC activists anti-racist

UNC-Chapel Hill activists are demanding that the university send anti-racist ‘alerts’ to students.

Activists at the UNC are demanding that the university send out anti-racist alerts to warn students when “white supremacists” are on campus.

The group, Black Student Movement, announced on Twitter that they had sent their list of demands to the university’s Chancellor.

“[We want the university] to include anti-racist alerts in the Alert Carolina system with the goal of increasing safety on campus for Black students ahead of what will likely be a tense year for our community,” the group stated in a letter. “To prioritize transparency with students ahead of a dated and untrue image of campus as a utopia of diversity.”

These so-called “white supremacist” events include when the UNC College Republicans welcomed former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and a pro-life group.

UNC also recently offered a tenured position to Nikole Hannah-Jones, author of the New York Times’s “1619 Project,” which teaches critical race theory-like narratives about the U.S.

What the Black Student Movement group is demanding is dangerous and anti-American. Despite what groups like that believe, not every opposing view is “white supremacy” or a threat of violence. They only want to silence the people they disagree with—plain and simple.

These kinds of ideas cannot be allowed to take hold, or Americans risk losing their First Amendment rights.

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