Louisville University Shuts Down, Tells White Students To ‘Educate Yourselves On Systemic Racism’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Louisville University Shuts Down, Tells White Students To ‘Educate Yourselves On Systemic Racism’

A Louisville university canceled all classes following the indictment of a police officer in the death of Breonna Taylor, telling white students to “educate yourselves on systemic racism.”

Bellarmine University president Susan Donovan notified her students that classes were dismissed, a decision that was made after “hearing from many of our students of color and their allies, and in consultation with faculty and student leadership,” Campus Reform reported.

“Regardless of how the courts handle the case, Breonna Taylor’s death reminds us that as a society we have so much more work to do to end systemic racism and move toward justice for all,” Donovan said in the letter, later writing, “the white members of our Bellarmine community to educate yourselves on systemic racism, recognize your part in it, and work toward inclusion.”

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