U. of Rhode Island Removing WWII Murals Because ‘They Aren’t Diverse Enough’

Liberals at the University of Rhode Island are now cancelling World War Two because it had too many white people in it. The school is painting over a series of murals to the historical event because the paintings are not “diverse” enough.

Snowflake students targeted the murals because not enough gay, minority, transgender, Black Lives Matter supporters were painted into them… or something.

The snowflake students claimed that the murals violated the school’s “values of inclusivity” and “some students” claimed they felt “unsafe” sitting in the rooms containing the murals.

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The murals have been on the walls for many years and were originally commissioned to pay respect to the many former students who went to war and especially the ones who gave their lives doing so.

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Now they are being deleted by the cancel culture.

“Kathy Collins, the University of Rhode Island’s Vice President of Student Affairs, said that she has received numerous complaints from students about the murals’ lack of diversity,” Breitbart News reported.

“I have received complaints about the murals that portray a very homogeneous population predominately the persons painted and depicted on the wall are predominantly white and that does not represent who our institution is today,” Collins said. “Some of our students have even shared with us they didn’t feel comfortable sitting in that space.”

The murals were painted by Art Sherman, who is now a 95-year-old veteran and a member of the University of Rhode Island’s class of 1950. “Oh, I loved painting that, yeah,” Sherman told a reporter this week. “I never had any formal education in painting by the way I just used to cartoon.”

“Well, it depicted that era,” Sherman continued. “A lot of students, friends of mine, would come by and say why don’t you do this, why don’t you do that so that’s what I did so everybody chipped in.”

What should be cancelled is these students’ scholarships and enrollments.

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