Started by poseidonlost, Jun 13, 2020, 02:46:07 AM
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QuoteAUSTIN, Texas (KTRE) - Black athletes at the university of Texas are stepping up and formally asking for the university to make several changes....When it comes to athletics the letter ask for a permanent black history exhibit in the Texas Hall of Fame, a section at Darrell K. Royal Memorial Stadium to be named after the first black Longhorn football player, Julius Whittier and for the athletic administration to donate 0.5 percent of the annual earnings to black organizations.The players also asking for "The Eyes of Texas" to be put away. The song was written in 1903 and has its origins in a commonly used statement by Robert E. Lee.[continues...]
Quote from: poseidonlost on Jun 13, 2020, 02:46:07 AMI'm calling it. It's going overboard. This is a culture war. Monuments I thought were tucked enough away to be safe, are now being removed before they're destroyed. Sold to God knows who really. A "museum" that may store them in the basement. The football players at University of Texas (UT) are refusing to sing and asking the university to end "The Eyes of Texas," school rally song. It is complete insanity...Black University of Texas athletes call for change
Quote from: EvadingGrid on Jun 13, 2020, 03:20:18 AMAlmost as if it was all part of a secret plan, to destroy all the cultures so as to be able to create a one world govt.