University of San Francisco to Host Blacks-only Student Orientation: Media and Establishment Silent

The full extent of institutional anti-white racism in America has been illustrated once again with the news that the University of San Francisco is this week holding a segregated orientation—restricted to black students only.
The blacks-only event—which has of course been ignored the anti-white controlled media—is openly advertised on the University of San Francisco website.
The Black Student Orientation is slated for Aug. 18, the day prior to the university’s all-race “New Student Orientation.”
The day-long event–billed as having been “designed by Black students, faculty, and staff to welcome new Black students to the USF Black Experience”–will “address the specific and particular needs of African American/Black students at USF,” according to the school’s website.
The program includes workshops such as “Community Building” and “Creating a 4 Year Plan.”
The full “Black Student Orientation Schedule” is as follows:
"August 17, 2017
Early Residence Hall Move-In & Movie Night
August 18, 2017
Breakfast
Welcome
Student Workshops
Lunch
Student Workshops
Teaching Teaser
Roundtable Discussion
Reception with new and current students, staff and faculty
Workshop Topics
Financial Aid Workshop
Creating a 4 Year Plan
Community Building
Shop Talk (SF Resources)"
The student newspaper The College Fix is the only media which has dared report on the event, and their article said that they had “reached out to Kim Harris, assistant director of orientation programs at the private, Catholic institution, to ask if the school provides any other ethnic-based orientation programs.
“Not that I know of,” Harris responded via e-mail. “But we do have a mostly first generation [orientation] program…This group is comprised mostly of students of color.”
Harris told The Fix that the Black Student Orientation is being run by Dr. Ja’Nina Garrett-Walker, an assistant professor in the department of psychology at the university.
The Fix reached out repeatedly to Garrett-Walker for comment regarding the history of the Black Student Orientation, as well as for elaboration on the “specific and particular needs of African American/Black Students at USF.” Garrett-Walker did not respond.
Garrett-Walker has a history of activism at the University of San Francisco, the Fix article continued. In 2014, she implemented a campus-wide campaign called “Check Your Privilege,” designed to raise awareness of social inequality and privilege.
The campaign defined privilege as “unearned access to social power based on membership in a dominant social group.” Participants were encouraged to sport t-shirts that indicated the attributes that applied to them—with permanent markers, they could check off items such as White, Male, Christian, and Cisgender.
On Garrett-Walker’s website faculty profile, her research area is listed as “identity development for Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender adolescents and emerging adults.”
Earlier this year, The College Fix reached out to the University of San Francisco for information regarding a “White Privilege Resource Guide” created by the university in the wake of Garrett-Walker’s privilege campaign. Following The Fix‘s inquiry, USF attempted to cover up the identity of the author of the guide.
Any university running a “whites-only orientation” would, of course, be run out of town, and the controlled media and establishment would heap abuse and accusations of “racism” against it—but because it is nonwhites organizing the event, they all remain quiet.