[4/3/17] A college provost is refusing to help a conservative student in trouble for hosting a mock “Social Justice Bake Sale” the school says “violated university policy and federal law.”
Regis University has blocked Alexander Beck from viewing its official Twitter account, after the college stopped Beck and his Young Americans for Liberty group from hosting a satirical “Social Justice Bake Sale,” according to Campus Reform.
Beck and YAL were selling cookies based on the amount of “privilege” or “oppression” held by each customer. Asians, for instance, were to pay more than whites, and female and LGBT students would receive a discount, reports The College Fix.
“[The bake sale] violated university policy and federal law by selling items at different prices based on race and gender,” said Regis in a statement obtained by The Denver Channel.