The "BIPOC Rock Climbing" class has since been slightly altered following backlash, but it was originally restricted to "people who identify as Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, or other people of color" – meaning no whites allowed.
The course, which costs $1,890 – this includes the standard one-credit course cost of $1,575 plus an additional mandatory $315 "course fee" – was branded and marketed as a way to get more dark-skinned people involved in the sport of climbing rocks.
Since Campus Reform reached out to Cornell to ask about the racially discriminating class, the school quietly changed its description to state that it is:
"… designed to enable Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, or other people of color underrepresented in the sport of rock climbing to learn the sport and to feel included and supported."
It would seem as though white students at Cornell are still allowed to enroll in the class if they wish, the caveat being that they will be ignored while a "high degree of individual attention" will be given to blacks and other dark-skinned people in a "supportive space" that is geared specifically towards them.
John Carberry, Cornell's Senior Director of Media Relations and News, issued a statement to Campus Reform explaining that "all Cornell students" are "welcome" to enroll in the BIPOC Rock Climbing class, even though it was originally available only to non-whites.
Carberry falsely claims that there was "never" any intention to exclude fair-skinned students from the class. He untruthfully insists that it was always available to everyone, but that there is an "intentional focus" on "outreach and inclusion" to non-whites.
"All Cornell students are welcome to enroll in this course," Carberry told Campus Reform.
"While the original description of the course represented an intentional focus on outreach and inclusion, there was never an intent to exclude non-minority students. The description of the course has been adjusted accordingly."
Located in New York State, Cornell is bound by the law, which states that students in New York schools "are protected by federal, state, and local laws that prevent discrimination on the basis of race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, disability, and other categories."
New York also has a Human Rights Law that "makes it illegal" for "non-sectarian educational institutions" to "deny their services to students on the basis of race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sexual orientation, military status, sex, age or marital status."
Based on this, Cornell is guilty of violating numerous laws with its BIPOC Rock Climbing course, which is flagrantly racist against white people. Why any white person would even bother to enroll at Cornell, or any other "Ivy League" school for that matter, in this day and age is perplexing and inexplicable.
The anti-white agenda of American colleges and universities has never been more apparent than it is today, and yet white people continue to patronize them with their hard-earned dollars – why?
"The Left controls the entire educational system, from pre-K through graduate school and in every state in the nation," one Campus Reform commenter wrote. "In fact, some of the most 'woke' institutions are the schools in the Big 10."
Another commenter claiming to be a "black woman" expressed "wonder" about the fact that so many other black people feel a bizarre need to have "their own courses, their own space, a less difficult test, lower SAT scores, wider access to vaccines, special set-asides for business, flexibility on bail, and I'm just getting started."
"It's constant enough to make one wonder about the incredible consistency of reductionism toward us," she further wrote. "It really seems constant."
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