A student club at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNC) is demanding that the university create “anti-racist alerts” to inform students when “white supremacists” come to campus.
Black Student Movement, a black student club, announced via the Twitter account “Anti-Racist Alerts” that they had sent a list of demands to the university’s Chancellor. The group is demanding that the school send out “anti-racist alerts” as part of the school alert system because “students should not have to sign up for a new service in order to hear when dangerous white supremacists are on campus.”
“[We want the university] to include anti-racist alerts in the Alert Carolina system with the goal of increasing safety on campus for Black students ahead of what will likely be a tense year for our community,” the letter reads. “To prioritize transparency with students ahead of a dated and untrue image of campus as a utopia of diversity.”
Black Student Movement’s demand list also calls for “no