A taxpayer-funded school in Colorado is building a new residence hall that only black people can use, segregating themselves from the rest of the student population.
Starting this fall, University of Colorado Boulder will make Hallett Hall, a campus residence hall, into three separate “Living Learning Communities,” according to a report by Campus Reform.
One of the three planned “Living Learning Communities” will be given exclusively to “black-identified students and their allies.”
The CU Boulder housing and dining services website states the dormitory ghetto for “black-identified students and their allies” will offer a communal space for students who identify with “elements of the African & Black Diaspora.”
The Daily Caller reports:
“Students gain access to artifacts, critical conversation and educational programming that create an inclusive and productive atmosphere within the residence hall,” the housing website explains.
The two other residential territories at Hallett Hall will be set aside for “students passionate about diversity” and “LGBTQIA-identifying students.” Together, the three will be called a “Social Justice Living Environment.”
CU Boulder is known for installing an on-campus surveillance apparatus in 2015 that urges students to report incidents of discrimination to government officials.