Barnard College student defends actions of campus cops after allegations of racism, protests

A student at Barnard College is defending the actions of the school Public Safety division in the wake of allegations of racism against it. Back on April 11, black Columbia student Alexander McNab was “physically restrained” by campus cops after he refused to show them his ID. Both Columbia and Barnard students are required to do just that upon entering buildings after 11pm.


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