An article from a website with a very large bias to the right that has failed multiple fact checks.
This is not a good source. It is right wing echo chamber stuff.
That does not even support your claim despite the misleading headline. The actual text of the article contradicts your claim.
I assume you did not read the article; only the headline.
What does the actual school website say?
- Everyone is welcome on campus
No students, faculty, or staff have ever been asked to leave campus based on race or background.
Since the 1970s, some members of the Evergreen community have annually participated in two optional activities, Day of Absence and Day of Presence. Designed to address current issues surrounding race at Evergreen and beyond, these activities are inspired by the 1965 play “Day of Absence” by African-American playwright Douglas Turner Ward.
Participation in Day of Absence and Day of Presence always has been, and always will be, entirely optional.
https://www.evergreen.edu/news/ensuring ... -evergreen
So, when all your evidence is from questionable news sources that all come from your echo chamber, and all the other evidence contradicts you (including the actual policy of the school you are accusing of racism), you understand why things need to be verified.
There is a crack in everything,
That's how the light gets in...