In the United States, we are supposed to be one nation, under God.
But the radical Left in America wants to divide us along race, gender, sexual orientation, and dozens of other factors.
And one university just took that to a new level and brought back segregation.
Segregation was a dark period in American history.
And because of the work Republicans did during the Civil Rights Movement, it is now history.
But at Virginia Tech, one of the largest universities in the state, it is coming back in the form of separate graduation ceremonies based on race, demographics, and sexual orientations.
There are 10 “cultural achievement ceremonies” to serve as an alternative for students in different categories, including African-American, Native American, Hispanic, LGBT, and Jewish.
But unsurprisingly, there is no separate “white” graduation.
The College Fix reports:
One of the largest universities in Virginia hosts nearly a dozen alternative graduation ceremonies, specially tailoring the events to fit numerous student backgrounds and demographics, including LGBT students and veterans.
The 10 “cultural achievement ceremonies” at Virginia Tech offer unique graduation events for numerous students, such as Jewish graduates, African Americans and Native Americans. The ceremonies “include a spectrum of underrepresented populations on campus, as well as graduates within the recovery community and military veterans,” according to a news release from the school.
This truly is racism at its finest.
In a nation where civil rights champions of all races fought to destroy segregation and open universities to all, it is now socially acceptable to separate ceremonies based on race.
Many other universities have some form of separate ceremonies based on factors like race and sexual orientation.
For instance, Harvard, Yale, and Brown University each host a separate ceremony for LGBT students, called the Lavender ceremony.
But none have gone as far as Virginia Tech.
For virtually any race or orientation — other than white and straight — there is a separate ceremony that one can choose to go to.
Identity politics truly has gone too far.
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