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The University of Missouri, aka Mizzou, was one of several American universities vastly improved by the SJW University Takeover of 2015. In 2015, numerous protests carried out by SJWs at college campus during the later half of 2015 and the resignations and firings that followed. By 2017, admissions to Mizzou were at the lowest level ever, an important step for dismantling the patriarchy and a win for social justice.
University of Missouri
The primary focus of this faggotry, University of Missouri, was overtaken by a group of SJWs known as Concerned Student 1950. These brave warriors for social justice demanded that all students and staff attend a course to teach them not to be racist, this course would be put together by a board of black students and staff. They also demanded more money for the college's social justice programs including more diversity officers at $117,000/year each. SJW protesters camped out in a public area in the middle of the campus and defended themselves against journalists who tried to cover the event, thus invading their safe spaces and therefore an act of violence in iteslf.
For their intimidation of an Asian male who simply wanted to take photos in public, the group was accused of "safe-baiting", "using intimidation or initiating physical aggression to violate someone's rights, then acting like your target is making you unsafe." You know, like American foreign policy.
- SJW Victories
- Tim Wolfe, President of the University, resigned.
- R. Bowen Loftin, Missouri Chancellor, resigned.
- SJW Losers
- Melissa Click, communications professor and supporter, initially invited the media but then tried to have them physically removed from public property when they weren't reporting the way she wanted. Resigned her courtesy appointment, Title XI complaint filed against her.
- Janna Basler, the director of Greek life and leadership at Missouri, assaulted student journalist. Put on leave, Title IX complaint filed against her.
- "We demand that the University of Missouri creates and enforces comprehensive racial awareness and inclusion curriculum (sic) throughout all campus departments and units, mandatory for all students, faculty, staff, and administration. This curriculum must be vetted, maintained, and overseen by a board comprised (sic) of students, staff, and faculty of color." - List of Demands to The University of Missouri (October 20, 2015) - Concerned Student 1950
- "We demand that the University of Missouri increases funding, resources, and personnel for the social justices centers on campus for the purpose of hiring additional professionals, particularly those of color, boosting outreach and programming across campus, and increasing campus wide awareness and visibility." - List of Demands to The University of Missouri (October 20, 2015) - Concerned Student 1950
- "We ask for no media in the parameters (sic) so the place where people live, fellowship, & sleep can be protected from twisted insincere narratives." - (@CS_1950) November 10, 2015
- Editor's note: This "place where people live, fellowship, & sleep" was a public area in the middle of campus that they had taken over.
A challengers appear!
On Nov. 13th BLM protesters (AKA liberal arts majors) stormed the library where people with real majors were studying. They chanted "Black Lives Matter" while flipping people off and assaulted the students when they didn't join in.
- Selected Quotes
- "Fuck your white tears!" - Anonymous BLM protester
- "Filthy white bitch!" - Anonymous BLM protester
Claremont McKenna College
Mary Spellman, top administrator, lost here job, for she
did not have pure Aryan, master race blood was only slightly discriminatory.
- "The Coddling of the American Mind" at The Atlantic
- Mizzou enrollment down 35%, a win for social justice
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