Students at Georgia Southern University burned a book at Eagle Village, written by , after a Q&A session at her lecture Wednesday became heated. Read more here: Article by and
Georgia Southern students burn a Latina professor’s book because...something something racism. Students burn author's book outside of Eagle Village | News |
Students at Georgia Southern University burned a book: Jennine Capó Crucet's novel “Make Your Home Among Strangers.” How dare you.
A Latina author gave a talk about race on a college campuses. Students appear to have burned her book
Students at Georgia Southern University burned a book, written by a New York Times contributor, after a Q&A session at her lecture became heated. Author is Latina; students accused her of being biased against white people.
Jennine Capó Crucet, an author and prof, was invited to Georgia Southern University to discuss her book “Make Your Home Among Strangers”. At the talk, some students accused her of being biased against white people. So they burned her book.
Trump has an authoritarian rally in which he spreads libel about a Muslim woman, meanwhile the young Republican set is burning books to criticize racism. But yeah, I was called “hysterical” for suggesting we’re seeing the rise of American fascism.
Students burn author's book outside of Eagle Village
From the student newspaper at GA Southern U. Includes video of the burning. #WhitePrivilege #Entitlement