Rubbing salt into old wounds and inciting racial violence. But hey! Let’s call it art!
Students got an eyeful walking on the campus of Sacramento State University earlier in December. Two males dangling from a tree with nooses around their necks, portraying a time that many African Americans wish they could forget lynchings, all because of the color of their skin.
“Wish they could forget”? That would mean she and others like her would have to cut up their advantageous ‘blame whitey’/race cards. But seriously, they do not want to forget BECAUSE they live and breathe to remind whites about it every single second of every single day. This white chick has NEVER lynched anyone. Capisce?
An African American woman, Christina Edwards a senior at the university defended her project.
The purpose of this performance was to bring to light social injustices and the issue of inequality that impacts me and my community as a whole, Edwards said.
Edwards says she chose to illustrate this time in history by using race reversal, in an effort to shine new light on an old but standing matter. And says she followed all campus procedures.
The university doesn’t see it that way, however. University President Alexander Gonzalez released this statement saying, in part:
The university did not approve the display, and I want to assure everyone that I am working to address the multiple issues raised by this incident.
If Christina was the least bit fair minded she would hang a couple muslims from a tree too. Or if that would be a controversial bridge to far even for the bold artiste Christina. Perhaps in the spirit of keeping it real her next project could be a couple of lynched white dudes sporting Democrat Party t-shirts and KKK hoods.
H/T Dave Blount at Moonbattery
Then there is this:
Lurabyss (@Lurabyss) December 18, 2013