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UC Davis Ethnic Studies Says Photo of Murdered Latino Police Officer is “Anti-Black”

Ethnic studies is invariably the worst part of any college campus. (The second worst part is gender studies, but it’s usually a close race.)

Ethnic studies invariably means black nationalist, La Raza, and other supremacist groups aligned with the Left, training future protesters and community organizers to hate America.

And everyone else.

So this kind of ugly behavior isn’t surprising. The backlash to it is. Decency on campuses seemed to have been buried under a ton of social justice crybullying. No one dares to question Black Lives Matter bigots spewing hate and victimhood in equal proportions.

A photo of Police Officer Natalie Corona, clad in a royal blue dress and waving a Thin Blue Line flag, has flooded social media as a symbol of the 22-year-old’s deep love of police work before she was gunned down in Davis on Thursday night.

A UC Davis student government branch, though, saw it differently. The university’s Ethnic and Cultural Affairs Commission criticized the picture and Corona’s flag in particular, calling it “triggering” and “blatantly anti-Black” in a now-deleted Facebook post.

“Flashing lights, sirens, and increased police presence can be triggering to many Black and Brown people,” the post read. “In addition, there has been the circulation of an image of the police officer with the Blue Lives Matter flag. We would like to directly address that this flag represents an attempt by law enforcement to undermine the Black Lives Matter movement. ‘Blue Lives Matter’ was… an effort to evade accountability and critical awareness of police treatment of communities of color.”

Read the full story from Front Page Mag

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