Colorado State U. president proposes ways to fight racism in wake of students’ blackface photo

The president of Colorado State University offered measures to help “combat racism on campus,” and asked students and faculty for still more ideas in the wake of a “blackface” photo that appeared on Instagram and other social media. Four white CSU students posed for a picture in sort of an homage to the movie Black Panther: Two of the students had their arms crossed against…


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