University of Minnesota: Effort to Ban Mention of Race in Crime Alerts

Daily Stormer
February 3, 2014

For some mysterious reason, criminal suspects often look like this.
For some mysterious reason, criminal suspects often look like this.

When blacks complain about “racism”, they often mention “justice” and “equality”, but these words are just a cover for their true desire: to be able to victimize Whites without punishment. This savage desire is at the heart of all of their complaints about racial profiling and stand-your-ground laws. Blacks want to prevent all measures that would successfully reign in their blood lust.

From Campus Reform:

University of Minnesota (UM) officials are discussing a proposal which would ban any mention of race when describing a suspect in a crime alert.

The officials are discussing the matter with student and faculty groups who wrote a letter to the school claiming that the use of racial descriptions in crime alerts leads to racial profiling, according to the local CBS affiliate website.

In a December 6, 2013 letter to UM President Eric Kaler and the Vice President of University Services Pamela Wheelock, several black student, faculty, and staff groups wrote that they “unanimously agree that campus safety should be of the UMPD’s utmost importance; however, efforts to reduce crime should never be at the expense of our Black men, or any specific group of people likely to be targeted.”

The letter included a list of 12 recommendations to give to UMPD Chief Gregory Hestness, such as requiring the school’s officers to attend diversity training and linking back to the school’s no-tolerance policy on racial profiling with each crime alert.

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