These students at Texas Christian University need to stop whining. Grow up.
A group of students at Texas Christian University has released a list of demands, calling on the administration to create a $100 million “endowment to further support minority students.”
“Students and faculty go around campus spewing microaggressions and expecting students of color to pretend that what has been done is acceptable,” TCU’s Black Students and Allies wrote in its list of demands before noting that it is, after all, “2016,” so “change is long overdue.”
According to the letter, the only way for minority students to feel “comfortable” is to attend a historically black college or university, which TCU is not, and while minority students do “get the opportunity to attend TCU,” they allegedly cannot do so without “receiving denigrating stares from other students, derogatory comments, and low expectations from other peers.”
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