A Colgate safe space organizer refused to share details about a recent anti-Trump “Solidarity Space” event because she didn’t “feel safe” doing so.
Last week, Campus Reform reported that Colgate University had hosted a safe space for students to “share emotions” about President Trump’s latest executive order on immigration.
“I don’t know what institution you are affiliated with and I don’t feel safe sharing what happened.”
The event, titled “Speak Out: Solidarity Space on the Immigration Executive Order,” allowed students to “share their emotions” on the order, which the event claimed “unjustly targets citizens from Muslim-majority countries [and] restricts people’s movements.”
“This event aims to create a sa…
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