‘I, Too, Am Harvard’ Photos Tell Black Students’ Stories

Jolie Lee, USA TODAY, March 5, 2014

Some Harvard students share what it’s like to be black at the Ivy League school in a photo campaign called “I, Too, Am Harvard.”

The photos, posted on a Tumblr blog, feature Harvard students holding signs with phrases others have spoken to them. “You don’t sound black. You sound smart,” one sign reads. Another states, “You’re so lucky to be black . . . so easy to get into college!”

“I, Too, Am Harvard” is black students’ declaration that they do have a right to be on campus, says Kimiko Matsuda-Lawrence, a Harvard sophomore whose independent-study project sparked the photo campaign.


Black students make up 11% of Harvard’s freshman class, according to the college’s admissions office. Matsuda-Lawrence says the photo campaign and a play this Friday based on her independent research will, she hopes, spark a conversation with the administration about race relations at the school.


“This is an important conversation for all Harvard students, and for college students across the nation. All our students belong at Harvard,” school spokesman Jeff Neal said in an e-mail to USA TODAY Network.

Neal points out that Harvard was one of the universities arguing for “race-conscious admissions policies” in a 2012 brief to the Supreme Court for Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, a case about affirmative action.


For her research, Matsuda-Lawrence interviewed dozens of black students. Although the black student community is diverse, many shared similar stories of discrimination and isolation, she says.

“To hear our stories echoed in each other’s voices, you feel your feelings are valid and legitimate,” she says.

Other universities now want to start their own “I, Too, Am” campaigns, Matsuda-Lawrence says.

The title, “I, Too, Am Harvard” is an homage to the Langston Hughes poem, “I Too,” which ends with the line, “I, too, am America.”








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  • DaveMed

    How do we know these people are not simply grievance-mongering and making this stuff up?

    • Whitetrashgang

      How do we know that most are not just AA students and have IQs of 70 or less?Black woman and their hair Good God You All !

    • 1stworlder

      I know dam well I would call them affirmative actions. Even the journall of blacks in higher education admitted without AA there would be no black medical Drs. Search: JBHE GRE

    • Fathercoughlin


    • Steven Bannister

      I agree, some of these statements (You don’t sound black, you sound smart) seem like they were made up for the purpose of the photo session. In today’s PC atmosphere, I doubt anyone really said them.

  • He, too, is Harvard:

    • “You look like Steve Urkel – with Down’s Syndrome

      • You know who else was Harvard?

        Use AR’s search engine box to search the terms:

        Harvard basketball.

        • “Do you tote laundry in your rickshaw?”
          – Jeremy Lin

      • 2eRep

        Right on bro!

      • Actually, and I don’t want to sound like a conspiracy monger, but I just realized–he looks a lot like Phil Lynott from Thin Lizzy. Except for the nose.

        • blight14

          Now THAT is truly an insult to poor Obongo……LOL

      • BonV.Vant

        Did that hair come from China or India?

      • Beetlejuice

        He looks just like his father, Frank Davis.

        • blight14

          And I think he and Frank were both Eagle Scouts………

          • r j p

            Did Frank Davis get his child molestation badge?

    • Erasmus

      Who be dat half-white guy who be raised by his white grandparents and who know nuffins but da shuckin’ and da jivin’?

      • BonV.Vant

        he sho don’ts knows muffins bout treaties n sheet

    • BonV.Vant

      Putin let this retard blather on for a week or more about how Russia was violating the sovereignty of the Ukraine. Putin knew all along that Russia and the Ukraine have a treaty that allows Russia to have up to 25,000 troops in the Crimea. The Crimea is a semi autonomous republic, not really a complete part of the Ukraine and Russia has rights there as well, especially when it comes to protecting the Russian majority there. Well, Putin just reminded the west today that there is a treaty, and that he can still move an additional 9000 troops into the Crimea without violating it. One would think that a Harvard scholar would make a point of reading all the treaties pertinent to a situation before shooting his mouth off and acting. Obamma could not look more incompetent at this point. What kind of president doesn’t know about international treaties?

      • And I’m still trying to figure out why our deep state hates Russia so much. Did Putin or the now deposed Russian-allied Ukrainian President insult Victoria Nuland’s new hairdo, or something like that?

        • IstvanIN

          We had the perfect chance to mend our relationship with Russia when the USSR fell, but for some reason, we need the Russians to be the eternal bad guys. Wilson was elated at the overthrow and murder of the Romanovs. We have a sick history toward Russia.

          • BonV.Vant

            The US State Dept is pretty much a rogue agency. It was a big mistake to get involved in the Georgia and Ossetia issue.

          • I would like to think that it’s as simple as the fact that old habits die hard. That we were so pedal to the medal in our foreign polilcy resisting the Soviet Union starting in 1945 that the colossus we constructed to do so is hard to dismantle and takes on a life of its own even after we defeated that which we were fighting.

            I’m afraid to think that some of the other theories I read on some of our websites are the real explanation.

          • IstvanIN

            Wilson was very anti-Russia, and in fact anything traditional in Europe. He wanted the old order both overthrown and exterminated. He was an evil man.

          • kikz

            gee, i never clearly understood how Russia could be the enemy when “W” sold them one of our only “strategic” platinum/palladium mines in the US… i’m not really fond of the link, but the author is al martin.. and i’m kinda lazy today……. http://www.solomonstemple.com/2004/03/bush-allowed-russians-buy-platinum-mines/

      • IstvanIN

        He has specialists, or should have, to do these things and explain them to him. I do in my not earth-shattering job, I don’t pretend to know everything, so I ask my experts.

      • Beetlejuice

        Anyone think Puntin is afraid of a panty waist like Obama? What could a pissant like Obama possibly do to Putin?, he knows the threats are hollow and Russia could withstand an economic embargo from the weak U.S.
        Just wait until Russia and its new BFF China start dumping American dollars.

    • BonV.Vant

      “R” “E” “S” “E” “P” “K”….. “respect”

    • BonV.Vant

      he wants our respect, but he can not spell it

  • c684570

    Affirmative Action on Parade.

    • Oil Can Harry

      Elizabeth Warren doesn’t have any sob stories about being mistreated at Harvard for being an Injun.

      That’s because the other students knew she was white- unlike the retarded voters of Massachusetts.

    • APaige

      No doubt. Show us your SAT scores.

    • sbuffalonative

      “Look at ME! I’m Black!”

      Again another meaningless ‘thing’ that blacks believe will somehow magically lift them up.

    • 1stworlder

      You can post there but if you log off of facebook and look back your post is gone.

  • Why are there no publicity campaigns that show white students in majority black schools holding signs explaining their situation? Signs like, “I try to pay attention in class but the blacks are out of control.” Or, “Whites are not welcomed by the students, teachers, or administrators.” Or, “My face bears a scar from being beaten up by a gang of black students, and the administration did nothing about it.”
    Publicity can go both ways. But it won’t happen because the purpose of this junk is to alienate the blacks and fan the flames of anti-white sentiment any way the Cultural Marxists can. It’s also intended to make whites feel guilty. Feel guilty? I feel disgust for this junk.

  • IstvanIN

    Good golly it is hard to look at those pictures. Are they really evolved?

    • Whitetrashgang

      Well a little bit, kind of like half baked cookies or something.

  • Jesse James

    I reserve the right to be completely uninterested in blacks and their narrow interests. I remain alert in their vicinity but completely uninterested.

    • sbuffalonative

      They claim we shouldn’t see color but that’s what they want us to see.

      • OhWow

        They are exactly like those girls who complain when guys stare at them, yet they wear a skirt short enough to be a bikini or yoga pants that shows every curve and crevice.

  • Manaphy

    I didn’t see any Harvard students in the above photo’s.

    • APaige

      At least not those that deserve to be there.

      • bilderbuster

        Or paid full tuition if any.

    • Beetlejuice

      And we’ve got our thread winner, Manaphy.

  • Manaphy

    “Oh, I heard her say she was going to Harvard. I just assumed she misspoke”.
    No. It was just another cell of affirmative blacktion.

  • Lewis33

    “You don’t sound black. You sound smart,” one sign reads. Another states, “You’re so lucky to be black . . . so easy to get into college!”

    I wish these weren’t just the figments of black imagination’s…then we’d be getting somewhere.

    • sbuffalonative

      These comments are really what blacks believe about themselves.

      • Beetlejuice

        Without a shred of empirical evidence. I wouldn’t be surprised if all of those signs were made up just to stick it to whitey.

    • 1stworlder

      I pissed off a bunch of blacks in one class I had by throwing off the grading curve.

  • Katherine McChesney

    All of them look as if they could a good grooming.

  • JSS

    I bet they don’t really sound smart.

  • 2eRep

    It be about me, nomsayin homey. I be haben a degree in afrimitive axtion.

  • Luca

    Poor babies. Now imagine what a White person would endure going to a predominantly black college and compare the two.

    • r j p

      Want to see some real kollege students, hang outside the “Harold Washington College” of the the City Colleges of Chicago system.

      Number one courses according to a Tribune article a few years back, remedial everything.

  • thomas edward

    It seems [They doth protest too much, me thinks].

  • Viv J

    “Black students make up 11% of Harvard’s freshman class, according to the college’s admissions office”
    11%? Really? And I wonder what percentage actually deserve to be there. These whiners need to shut up (probably made-up stories anyway) and go study.

    • That’s just it isn’t it, they get in because of AA, then complain of racism when someone points it out.
      Racism, taking people who are different, treating them differently, then shaming anyone who notices the differences, because hey we’re all the same after all, ahem but different.

    • ftex

      The real metric would be how many are still enrolled by junior year. That is the real test.

      • Beetlejuice

        I’d like to see a list of their majors too. How many are majoring in math, engineering, pre-med, chemistry or any other hard science.

      • r j p

        It is nearly impossible to flunk out of Harvard.
        Just show up for class and you get C’s.

  • Frank_DeScushin

    One article I read about this Harvard exercise said that it was, in part, a rebuttal to an editorial in the Harvard student paper criticizing Affirmative Action. In their defense of Affirmative Action, many of Harvard’s black students noted how offended they were by the implication that they were accepted to Harvard because of Affirmative Action. They were in outright denial that many black students are accepted with lower qualifications due to Affirmative Action, and they were not sharp enough to understand that the only surefire way for people to know that they weren’t one of the Affirmative Action students admitted with lower qualifications is to get rid of the Affirmative Action system they are so vehemently defending.

    • Tim_in_Indiana

      Right…yet another black/leftist contradiction. “Affirmative action is wonderful! There’s nothing wrong with Affirmative Action. Oh, ME, personally? No, I didn’t get here through Affirmative Action!!! Not ME!”

    • OhWow

      They should agree to have AFFIRMATIVE ACTION HIRE on their student ID’s in big red block letters if they got in because of AA. This way, they can prove it if they really were qualified. But they’d never agree to that because 90% of them would be exposed as frauds.

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    Blacks already have their own historically black universities, such as Howard and Fisk. If they really wanted to avoid “white racial prejudice”, they would attend those institutions instead. This reminds me of the large numbers of Muslims and Africans who move to Europe so they can be oppressed by evil whitey.

  • haroldcrews

    Apparently grammar isn’t one of the requirements for some of the students at Harvard.

  • jambi19

    Harvard is a cathedral of the DWL. These people are worshipped everywhere they go around Cambridge. They have exactly zero discrimination.Who are they kidding?

  • Cannot Tell

    I really don’t understand why blacks apply to ivy league schools. The fact that those schools admit black students who are much less qualified than whites and Asians is well known. Don’t those blacks want to know that they got accepted into their colleges by merit? I go to a prestigious (non-ivy league) college myself and I would honestly fall apart if I found out that I was accepted based on racial preferences.

    I have to actively try not to feel animosity towards blacks who go to ivy league schools. They have basically stolen spots from white and Asian students.

    • 1stworlder

      If they can spell their name they get a free ride.

  • So CAL Snowman

    “I too am Harvard”

    I don’t know, it kind of sounds like RACIAL/CULTURAL APPROPRIATION to me.

  • MekongDelta69

    Without affirmative action, quotas, and guilt-ridden, self-loathing, spineless white leftist ‘professors,’ maybe one out of a thousand blacks might get into ANY Ivy League college.

    • 1stworlder

      Do you count octoroons as black?
      1/4 Black =Quadroon
      1/8 Black =Octoroon
      1/16 black=Hexadecaroon

      • BonV.Vant

        At some point down the line, chance dictates that most of the african specific DNA will be bred out–IF they keep breeding with a pure European each generation. The laws of chance dictate that in some lines, the african traits will linger, while in another line, they will disappear within a few generations. No hard and fast rules. The answer is that we know it when we see it.

      • Truth Teller

        Octoroons are in the “mixed” category.

      • Kenner

        La’Hexa Decaroon!

  • ncpride

    I’m betting these blacks act and sound just like the ones I saw interviewed at a prominent private college here in NC on the news recently when we had the last major snowstorm. Classes had been cancelled, so a news crew was there talking to them, and all kidding aside, I’ve never heard such horrific grammar and ghetto behavior . That college HAD to have been embarrassed when it was spectacularly clear they had no business being there.

  • Hey Amren editors, you could take this example and do the pro-White twist like you did with the very successful six word racial vignette competition.
    Eg. #ItooamAmerican “my ancestors never owned slaves” etc.
    Us swarthy foreign posters like Spartacus etc would have to watch with that example, but get the drift.

  • JohnEngelman

    They will never really be accepted until affirmative action at Harvard comes to an end, and their earn their positions.

    • Robert Kelley

      It would be interesting to compare SAT scores with other Harvard students.

  • Tim_in_Indiana

    I, too, find this whole campaign slightly nauseating…

  • John R

    Blacks make up 11% of Harvard’s freshman class, almost their percentage of the general population! Hmmm…strange… But we keep hearing stories about black test scores not being as good as White; about educational opportunities for blacks not being as good as for Whites; about single parent families, poverty, incarceration, etc. etc. being worse for blacks. But apparently, they are just as likely to be able to get into Harvard as Whites? Gee. You don’t think that affirmative action had something to do with it, do you? NAAAA, forget I even suggested that! Dreadful of me.

    • Tim_in_Indiana

      Yeah, funny, isn’t it? As usual, the various parts of the leftist party line just don’t jibe with each other…fancy that!

  • BonV.Vant

    no matter where they are, no matter what they do, the “looks at me” motivation is always apparent.

  • BonV.Vant

    the “troof” is that without an affirmative action quota system , none of them would be there.

  • Diana Moon Glampers

    “All our students belong at Harvard,” school spokesman Jeff Neal said in an e-mail to USA TODAY Network.
    Neal points out that Harvard was one of the universities arguing for “race-conscious admissions policies”
    Way to contradict yourself.

    Shouldn’t a title of “school spokesman” require impeccable grammar? Not at Harvard, apparently.

  • These black students ought to get used to standing in front of a camera, because once they graduate they’re going to end up being the “Commitment to Diversity” web page props(models) for any number of corporations who’ll be clamoring to acquire their Bantu genes to prove how race is (ironically) a non issue to them.

    • IstvanIN

      I thought it was because they ought to get used to getting mug shots?

  • exlib93

    Everything is a political statement with these people….why can’t they just do well and assimilate?

    • sbuffalonative

      I know. Every day we have to endure another ‘look at me I’m black’ initiative.

      My only reaction now is to roll my eyes.

    • Xerxes22

      Neither one is possible with Blacks.

    • Beetlejuice

      I don’t want them to assimilate. I want to be separated and as far away as possible from blacks. I like not being robbed, flash mobbed, knocked out, assaulted or always having to watch my back.

  • Conrad

    Alright, non-whites may be attending Ivy League schools in larger numbers. But what are they studying? Are they studying the more academically challenging subjects? And if so, how do they stack up against the white students in those same subjects? Is a degree in African studies from Harvard of more value to mankind than the same degree from a Community College? Will these black students be of greater value to the world because they attended an Ivy League school?
    The question of central importance here may be, are graduates of Ivy League Universities, of greater value to mankind? Or are they just spoiled rich kids getting by on someone else’s ill gotten gain?

  • Spartacus

    “You don’t sound black, you sound smart .”


    That’s probably the nicest thing anyone ever said to you, pavement ape…

  • Instead of displaying gratitude for being accepted into a prestigious school, these students choose to whine about having experienced being slighted (whether real or imagined). Blacks are truly pathetic; always racing to the bottom.

  • OhWow

    Please, someone do a study and look at their qualifications. I bet my life they would not have gotten in if they were white with the same qualifications. I didn’t attend any place like Harvard, but my undergrad alma mater accepts only 29% of students and is very competitive. Most of the school consisted of whites from the NYC suburbs in the tri-state area and many went to private catholic schools among the top in the country. Very competitive.

    In my classes the few black kids were absolutely lost. It was honestly like trying to teach a dog algebra. They just joked around and took it all in as more of a vacation since they didn’t have the ability to actually do the work. I had several black students approach me asking if I could do some of their work for money. I said no. The black basketball player next door stole my Xbox during a fire drill. I remember when I first met him he was talking about a gang he used to be in. He was covered in tattoos and had dread locks. These are the kinds of blacks getting into prestigious colleges and universities today. It’s not just a stereotype. The stupidest, most thuggish blacks will get in some prestigious schools over qualified whites. Only blacks would complain about being at Harvard. They are no different than their idea of a spoiled white kid with a trust fund yelling at his parents because he wanted the blue BMW, not the red one. When will people learn you cannot win with blacks? Let them in the best schools even when they don’t deserve it? They complain. Deny them? They complain. Look at guys like Spike Lee. Poor? They complain. Rich? They complain.

    • BonV.Vant

      My job takes me to a lot of colleges all over the US. I can tell you without any doubt that the black students are there only because of affirmative action. I have met several that were illiterate, they could not fill out forms that I gave them.

      • OhWow

        Yup…and look at Towson when Jared Taylor spoke. They were a bunch of street thugs in a university. Now I know Towson isn’t prestigious, but it should still be decent enough to the point where students that stupid would be rejected.

        • BonV.Vant

          I have had these creatures try to speak English and even after asking them to repeat something 5 times I still could not understand them.

          • OhWow

            I am an ebonics interpreter after working in some inner-city schools and being close enough to NYC lol…next time call me up. For right now though:

            gibsmedat = give me that
            finna = going to
            mang = man
            axe = ask
            looking ass = type of person
            tryna = trying to

            Just a quick lesson! Anymore and I’d need to begin charging 😉

          • BonV.Vant

            With all my experience I would think that I would not have any trouble, but the lazy creatures refuse to pronounce the last consonant on every word and it just is not possible. I had a creature ask mea if she needed Qwohs. Do I needs qwohs? So tell me what she meant.

          • OhWow

            Hmm…sounds like either clothes or quotes!

          • BonV.Vant

            Second one. you do know your stuff. She was asking me if she should use quotation marks. For the life of me, I had no idea what she was talking about, there was no need for quotation marks.

          • OhWow

            Yeah…not sure why she AXED you dat. LOL

          • fuzzypook


          • BonV.Vant

            in another situation that is exactly what it would mean. This is why the last consonants of words are so important.

          • Katherine McChesney

            Have you ever heard of ‘case quarters”?
            A black ask me for one about thirty years ago. That’s a black term for a 25 cent piece. I suppose that they consider two dimes and a nickel to be a quarter also.

          • saxonsun


          • BonV.Vant

            any more and I’d need to begin drinking

          • Katherine McChesney

            In the sixties my Mother was registering people to vote. A black woman steps up to her and tells her she wants to ‘radish’ to vote. We always got a kick out of that.

          • Erasmus

            Did your mother “axe” said black woman if she even knew what the word “vote” meant?

          • jackryanvb

            Yes that’s right. In a similar vein, if you want to talk with a working class English accent pronounce “re” as “uhhhh”

            Thus Americans would say:

            I am a writer from Manchester

            Brits say:

            I am a writuuuhh from Manchestuhhhhh

        • BonV.Vant

          I would venture to say that most of the black basketball players at colleges have robbed someone, killed someone, raped someone or all three.

      • soul hunter

        I think colored people who seek
        higher learning are the exception
        and not the rule…

        • BonV.Vant

          The ones at institutions of higher learning are no different that the others. They display the same dysfunctions and the same pathologies

      • NoMosqueHere

        Michele Obama’s Princeton thesis was an exercise in paranoia. She felt like an outsider at Princeton, and she suspected white students were hostile to her, which probably wasn’t true. It was all in her mind. She knew she was admitted with far lower grades than her white classmates, so she projected her insecurity on to them. Classic Freudian psychology.

      • saxonsun

        Reminds me of yesterday morning on a packed NYC subway. All of the whites were quiet. There was, in great contrast, a black male with a black male child who would not shut up. He blathered on and on in a loud, ungrammatical voice.

    • jackryanvb

      I disagree. Sane, Conservative White Gentiles should and do complain about being at Harvard. It’s not a healthy, positive place. I made the mistake of applying and getting accept at Stern New York University MBA program, rated the number 1 MBA program in America by US News and World Report. I’m lucky I have got a job after being at such a terrible place. I nearly got blacklisted for defending Dan Qualyle in a Vice Presidential debate.

      Our people have to stop living in the past, pretending that Harvard and Yale are the best Universities, they are not.

      Who wants to be stuck hanging around with the likes of Elena Kagin and Ruth Bader Ginzberg?

      • I can’t imagine you and Dan Quayle apologetics in the same breath.

        Though “potatoe” is a valid albeit arcane spelling of that tuber.

  • Truth Teller

    Sounds like the White students that checking the black box means admission for an applicant with an IQ of 105 and average grades and SATs. Michelle Obama wrote her senior thesis about her life at Princeton. The Whites had to do research to come up with the topic and research to write the paper. Michelle’s thesis was the standard I’m black look at me. I’m a woman, look at me.
    These affirmative action people are like 4 year olds. Look at me, look at me, I can ride my tricycle I can splash in my kiddie pool. Me me me me.

    • Beetlejuice

      Those who have seen her senior thesis say it is a tangled mess, poorly written and replete with grammatical errors and faulty reasoning. No wonder Obama’s campaign tried to hide it. But, since she’s black, she was passed on.
      Here’s an example:

      “The purpose of this study is to examine various attitudes of Black Princeton alumni in their present state and as they are perceived by the alumni to have changed over time,”

  • Xerxes22

    If the Harvard admission’s office knows what percentage of its freshman class is Black, they also know the racial/religious backgrounds of all of the students. I wonder what percentage of Harvard’s students are White Gentiles. I would guess ten to fifteen percent. We will never know the answer to that one.

    • John

      Yes we will.

  • OhWow

    I went to high school with a black girl who was of average intelligence. Not dumb but not anything special either. Probably like a 100 IQ dead average. She got into John’s Hopkins. Do you know what it takes for whites and asians to get in there? Probably more like 130+ IQ.

    • Beetlejuice

      More like 150 or 160+ IQs. 130 is not high enough for whites to get into Johns Hopkins or any Ivy League university. Blacks with 80 IQs are freely admitted to take the place of higher IQ whites.

      • r j p

        Monica Turner the sister former of former RNC leader Michail Steele was a pediatrician married to functional retard Mike Tyson.

        What kind of a “high IQ” marries a retard.

        • Who Me?

          “What kind of a “high IQ” marries a retard.”

          What kind of a “high IQ” marries a retard with 40 million bucks?

        • Beetlejuice

          Monica Turner is black and an AA doctor so I question her “high IQ.”
          “High IQ” marries retard when tens of millions of dollars, fame and worldwide publicity are involved.

          Lasted how long(?). Wonder if he punched her like he did Robin Givens against whom he said he “threw his best punch.”

      • OhWow

        Yeah that was just a rough estimate…makes my point even more!

  • NoMosqueHere

    Harvard is a private college, so it can and should admit student it wants. But these black Harvard students wouldn’t be defensive about their status at the school if they were admitted on merit. Everyone knows they were admitted by affirmative action (i.e., lower admission standards).

    I doubt any of the black students at Harvard study physics, chemistry, math, architecture, or computer science. The top affirmative action students at Harvard can just about handle sociology or afro-american studies. And Isuspect they will have a chip on their shoulder well after they leave Harvard Yard.

    • BonV.Vant

      they are Prof Gates wannabes

  • BonV.Vant

    another question : “what is that on your head?”

  • Lord Sandwich

    I too am East Cleveland!

  • antiquesunlight

    Congratulations, you found the 99th percentile of blacks.

  • Beetlejuice

    Who cares?

    Life is tough always being a victim, isn’t it? Being held down by old whitey who denies you entry into colleges, keeps the best jobs for himself and locks you out of his neighborhoods, union and schools.

  • soul hunter

    Burrheads . . .who need them?

  • Jon Doe

    Aaahaahaahaa…!!!! How pathetic, So… proud of such meager accomplishments and quick to brag it.
    “I beez in Harvard” (courtesy of Government Intervention)
    ‘I aint neva been to jail” (Your not suppose to)
    “I take carez of my keeds” (Your suppose to)
    “Whyte wimminz lubz us” (but no one brags about black wimminz, including you)
    “That’s racist” (I have no valid argument)
    “I am a memba of Congress! (courtesy of Agenda Intervention)

    • PvtCharlieSlate

      Friend, you might want to edit this. You’re supposed to.

      • Jon Doe

        I dont care, grammar is irrelevant, as long as the message was understood. you are, your, you’re could, could’ve, could have, could of. there their they’re. I mean seriously, i wasnt aware i was writing an essay

  • bubo

    A few years a BBM (brilliant black mind) facilitated a drug murder in the dorms at Harvard. I thought that might have slowed down the non-asian minority diversity push but I guess not.

    • itdoesnotmatter

      I recollect this case.
      The mother of Justin Cosby, the murdered black drug dealer,
      vying for the ghetto lottery jackpot, sued Harvard for not protecting her druggie sun. I do not know the outcome.
      Before it was over, four blacks were arrested.
      Cosby’s mum, [of course, a different surname] says, her son waf raised right, he be a good boy.
      Introduce blacks to a rarefied atmosphere, even Harvard’s hallowed halls of academia, and you create Africa, theft, drugs, murder.

  • Rodney S

    Meanwhile, your white kid has to go to community college.

  • blight14

    It looks like Harvard is primarily focused on harboring two ‘protected minorities’ now……..

  • Herman

    Harvard was founded by White Christians.
    I would love to know the percentage of Harvard that is White Christian.
    I have a hunch.

  • Herman

    One word for blacks:
    They move from grievance to grievance, perceived slight to perceived slight.
    They demand affirmative action then when you assume they got in college (or anyplace else) by affirmative action they take great offense.

  • Katherine McChesney

    I’ve just watched a series of videos on these links. In them blacks are exposed as being trashy, foul-mouthed, ignorant, bullies, troublemakers, jealous and racists. You tube is a great source for proof that this race of people are amoral and sub-human.

  • OhWow

    4.5 years in prison?! FOR MURDER?!

    Holy crap could you imagining the races reversed? White man kills black man and gets 4.5 years. It would be LA riots 1992 all over again.

  • Truth Teller

    In America there is the one drop rule. A lot of people seem to think there is no such thing as mixed. This means that in cases like this, the black ancestry gets the credit for the intelligence in our society unintentionally.

    • BonV.Vant

      She is not black. With each generation of breeding with whites some more african DNA does not make it to the offspring. At some point almost none, to completely no african DNA will exist in the line. Genes do not “mix”. A person inherits a copy of a gene from each parent but pass only one of those genes on. At some point the african will be bread out. She has almost no african DNA. It is like the people who claim Cole Porter was black. He wasn’t black.

  • BonV.Vant

    White people organized this, the reason we can tell is that it is not called ” I 2 B Hahrvahrr”

  • BonV.Vant

    They want respect, they just can’t spell it. Obamma, the black harvard grad, just misspelled respect respect inane Aretha Franklin tribute.

  • BonV.Vant

    They probably can’t even spell NAACP

  • Mason Gull

    I know this is pretty minor grievance, but I can’t imagine how the black guy with the headphones can be offended by the fact that his “music” sounds like rap or some other generic variation on black ghetto rhythms. Imagine if white people cried racism every time someone confused different genres of rock music.

  • The World War G/T theory of Steve Sailer’s.

    Highly possible.

  • bilderbuster

    It’s amusing until one thinks that practically single Black student in these classes stole their seat from a qualified White person who really belongs to be there.
    What IS amusing is that the “offensive” remarks that hurt the feelings of these precious little put upon Black AA darlings have been so mild.

  • LHathaway

    If they truly are heart broken about comments or sentiments against affirmative action, they merely need to turn their activism toward helping end it.