Asian college student uses safe space to call out racism – ‘black people can be racist,’ too! [VIDEO]

This was an extraordinary piece here and should be shared.

I am a black man and classifying myself as a non-liberal while supporting conservative values, I’ve even seen black racism directed at myself. Yes, I know how to deal with it but when you see people like this young lady express her frustration with it, you feel sorry for her.

She didn’t ask for this nor did he bring this on herself. There are a lot of stupid, ignorant people in the world, and it doesn’t stop at one color. We are all flawed but we all have a story to tell, and I am glad this young lady spoke up.

Via Mediaite:

Students at a “safe space” at Claremont McKenna College in California shut down an Asian woman who was describing racial harassment by a black man, booing her when she declared, “black people can be racist.”

“I came to this country five years ago when I was fifteen, alone, through a boarding school in Pennsylvania,” the Asian student began. “And all I heard is, ‘if you don’t speak English, go home.’ ‘If you don’t speak good English, go home.’ ‘I don’t date Asians,’ and ‘I’d like to have sex with a girl from all the continents that’s why I want to date you.’”

She then recounted a time when she and a group of friends were walking down the street, and a black man pulled over and shouted, “go back to your home!” She said a “white lady” stopped to ask if the young women needed police assistance.

“The point I’m making here is that we should not distinguish people by their race or gender or anything. Black people can be racist,” she declared, at which point a black woman holding a sign that reads “It’s too late to say sorry” approached her.

“Oh no honey,” someone in the crowd said over a chorus of boos.

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If this touched you, share this story with your friends and family! This is something that needs to get out so that all of this hate can be fixed.


Wayne Dupree

Wayne Dupree is owner and founder of He was named to the 2017 Newsmax’s 50 Most Influential African-American Republicans. He served in the USAF between 1987-1995. He saw time in Operation Desert Storm/Shield and is the father of three. He is the host of the Wayne Dupree Show.

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