Velfærdsstaten er som skabt til at blive misbrugt af kulturfremmede, men der er ingen grund til at lade sig inspirere af USA. Herunder en historie om ‘Black Affinity Housing’ på Western Washington University, et såkaldt ‘black-only’ safe-space på Campus, hvor sorte kan føle sig hjemme i det der kaldes en PWI (‘Predominantly White Institution’). Samme form for selvvalgt segregation foregår på flere universiteter, herunder Cornell og Stanford.
En historie om racefikserede sorte fra Black Enterprise – Western Washington Univerversity implements segregated black-only student housing.
“Western Washington University, a small school located south of Seattle, has created segregated housing on its campus specifically for Black students.
Western Washington, located about 90 miles south of Seattle, has designated the fourth floor of Alma Clark Glass Hall for its Black Affinity Housing program. The building is named for the first Black person to attend Western Washington.
‘The program will explore and celebrate the diversity of Black and African American people and culture, with historical and contemporary context,’ the program’s website states, also saying that all ‘Western students residing in the program help foster a warm and vibrant community supporting social, personal and academic success.
‘Black Affinity Housing residents, representing all diverse identities, pride themselves on fostering a sense of belonging for all residents by creating a safe environment for open, honest, and sometimes challenging dialogue.’
Colleges, including New York University, the University of Colorado, Stanford University and Cornell University have embraced and implemented housing for Black students in an effort to make Black students feel more comfortable at Predominantly White Institutions (PWIs). …
‘Residents in Black Affinity based housing are encouraged to participate in periodic community programming and dialogues intended to build community, promote learning, and support wellness centering the Black experience,’ the program description said. ‘Staff will organize opportunities for residents to attend Black-centered events and general university programs as a group.’”