Colorado State University Will Not Punish Students Who Wore Blackface

Maria Perez
Sep 15, 2019 - 5:00
Colorado State University Will Not Punish Students Who Wore Blackface

Colorado State University said it will not punish the students who wore blackface in a picture that went viral on social media. In the viral photo obtained by NBC News, four white students from the university are in blackface, while two students in the photo crossed their arms into an x against their chest. The photo was captioned as “Wakanda forevaa,” a reference to the Marvel movie “Black Panther.” The university’s president, Joyce McConnell, and two other administrators wrote in a September 10

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