Moral Monday Finds More Hate: Protecting In State College Students From Rate Hikes

Protecting students from tuition rate hikes, establishing a scholarship plan and reducing student fees in the UNC System is hateful, you guys.

SB 873 is just extremist! It’s hateful! It’s racist!

Even though this bill is about the UNC system specifically, Moron Monday says it’s an attack on HBCU’s (Historically Black Colleges and Universities).

The NC NAACP aka Moral Monday’s press release:

North Carolina NAACP
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
May 30, 2016
Contact: Tyler Swanson, Field Secretary, NC NAACP Youth and College Division, 336-317-3586,tjswanson93@gmail.com

North Carolina NAACP & North Carolina NAACP Youth & College Division Hold a Press Conference
Rejecting the Policies of Hate in S.B. 873

DURHAM, NC — Join Us on Tuesday May 31st, at the People’s House Press Room on Jones Street. We are grateful for Rep. Larry Hall for reserving the North Carolina General Assembly Press Room.

       “This bill is classic underdevelopment. Once again the extremists use a false label to cover up the truth. This bill is not about making college more affordable,” said Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, NC NAACP President. “Instead it is an attack on HBCUs and minority universities that will drain millions of dollars from them with no replacement revenue. Like the extremists’ voucher and voter suppression schemes, this is just another scheme to further the extremist agenda.”   “This Bill attacks People of Color directly,” Dr. Barber said. “The goal is clear. Disperse these centers of cultural, intellectual and political power for our small — but rapidly growing –leadership cadre. Disrupt the mission of HBCU’s by bankrupting them.

“The Youth and College Division will organize all summer long,” said Tyler Swanson, Field Secretary of the Division, “to stop the extremists’ new round of Hate Bills spewing out of our People’s House.”  The North Carolina NAACP, North Carolina NAACP Youth & College Division  and the Forward Together Moral Movement will Conduct News Conference at 11am at The North Carolina General Assembly Press Room

WHO: The NC NAACP, NC NAACP Youth & College Division, and the Forward Together Moral Movement.

WHAT: News Conference Against Senate Bill 873

WHEN: Tuesday May 31 at 11am 

WHERE: North Carolina General Assembly Press Room

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4 Responses to Moral Monday Finds More Hate: Protecting In State College Students From Rate Hikes

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  2. delow24 says:

    Well Geek49203, you beat me to it. I was just about to remark on BullyBarber’s use of the random generator of outraged adjectives. It looks like Bully forgot to spin the wheel more than twice as he does not switch up his hate adjectives.

    I do like the quip “centers of cultural, intellectual and political power”. I wonder what measure of intellectual he uses as I have encountered members of these “centers” who are anything but.

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  4. Geek49203 says:

    When you see the words “extremists” and “scheme” in one press release, you know it’s from Dem operatives. Kinda like when I read press releases at motor sports events, and wonder how everyone can be so “excited” over some hiring or product release?

    Dear Dems — those words might’ve worked 10+ years ago, but judging by the steady erosion of your voter numbers, I’d say that it’s not workin…

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