CSU will not punish white students shown wearing blackface in photo

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. β€” Colorado State University will not punish a group of white students who posed in black face. A photo of the racist act has been spreading on social media β€” drawing swift criticism.

The image, which first surfaced on Instagram, shows several white CSU students with a black-colored substance painted on their faces.

β€œ[They are] mimicking the black culture,” said CSU freshman Shierinna Walker, who is part African-American.

Outrage immediately brewed online as students called on the university to punish those pictured for racist behavior.

β€œThis is a practice that’s been really offensive to other people and that’s incredibly valid,” a white CSU freshman named Taylor said.

β€œThis recent post runs counter to our principles of community, but it does not violate any CSU rule or regulation, and the First Amendment prohibits the university from taking any punitive action against those in the photo,” said CSU President Joyce McConnell in a written message sent to the Fort Collins campus.

β€œThe kids had no consequences,” Walker said. β€œIt’s basically encouraging racism.”

Walker understands First Amendment rights but also says the university could do more.

β€œAs a minority on campus, I don’t feel supported here,” Walker said.

Others say the president did the best she could. Students who spoke to FOX31 agree it’s time for some teachable moments at CSU.

β€œI think hopefully it’ll bring in a more critical lens,” said CSU senior Andrew Paul.

Efforts by FOX31 to reach the students in the photo were unsuccessful.

CSU said it will share more details next week about events being planned focusing on learning, healing and reconciliation.

To read CSU’s full response, visit the university’s website.

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