Universities, students of color embrace segregated spaces on campus

At universities nationwide, segregated spaces for students of color is becoming a more common and welcomed occurrence, seen in everything from housing and social gatherings to protests and grief sessions.

Most recently the trend could be seen in the wake of officer-involved shootings in Minnesota, Louisiana and Dallas this month, as at least two universities hosted campus meetings segregated by race to process the incidents.

Before long they’ll demand their own schools and water fountains.

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