Racist University Employee Told Minority Students to Avoid Bringing White People Into Dorms


A racist University of Wisconsin residency hall employee was heard telling minority students to avoid making friends with white people and urged them not to bring whites into the dormitory, a report says.

Chuefeng Yang, a junior at the school’s Witte Residence Hall multicultural center, reportedly warned residents not to “bring too many white students around,” according to a report by WMTV-TV.

Yang reportedly told residents to “limit who they invite to visit them based on race.”

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The racist Yang, who claims to go by “plural pronouns,” tried to explain away her racist proclamations as being “inclusive.”

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“I [sic] say things like ‘Don’t bring too many white students around,'” Yang told WMTV. “It’s not to say white students are not allowed here. But it’s just to say, ‘Let’s make sure we’re protecting the intentionality of this space.'”

Yang went on to accuse the school of racism.

“For so long, students of color on this campus have been begging and complaining and emailing and rioting and protesting for their needs to be met and yet for some reason, when five to six white students complain, all of a sudden it results in a person of color being removed from a space,” she said.

But Yang has now been put on leave from her position as head of the dorm after many began complaining about her overtly racist proclamations.

Yang, of course, blamed white people.

“Is it truly that they’re so uncomfortable around me they don’t feel safe, or is it just that they’re uncomfortable because for the first time in their life, their whiteness and their white privilege is being challenged?” You see, whites are evil, of course.

Still, despite Yang’s constant racist attacks on whites, university spokeswoman Meredith McGlone rushed to note that the school does not condone discrimination based on race.

“We want to be clear that neither race nor any other form of background/identity shall be used as a basis to determine who residents may invite to visit them. Discrimination is counter to our values as an institution,” McGlone said in a statement.

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