The event was held Tuesday, March 4th. Organizers insisted that participants would be split into two groups: white students and non-white students. The white group would discuss white privilege while the non-white group discussed being victims of discrimination.
That event was promoted through Facebook, where some students quickly became enraged that a discussion about racism would be organized around racial segregation.
“What about mixed-race individuals?” asked one person on the event’s Facebook page. “Do Black, Asian, Latina/o people all face the same kind of discrimination on campus based on their skin colour? What if you’re a person of colour, but it doesn’t show on your skin – are you still a person of colour? What about sex and gender? What if you identify as a person of colour but your skin looks white? What about disability and race, and how they intersect – will there be a room for that?”
The organizers maintained that it was ludicrous to accuse the event of promoting reverse racism, because reverse racism is impossible.
“It is first important to note that reverse racism is a myth,” wrote the organizers in a statement.
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