No justice, no urinating.
The president of Boston’s Berkeley Music College has apologized to students for allowing police to use campus bathrooms during recent protests of police discrimination and brutality.
“We have heard from many of you, personally and on social channels, that this access is permitted,” wrote Roger Brown Joint Facebook Report With other school leaders over the May 31 protest, According to the Boston Globe.
“Allowing police officers into space does not in any way undermine Berkeley’s support for Black Lives Matter.”
During the struggle for justice for George Floyd – A black man who died on May 25 after a white Minneapolis policeman fell to his neck – Officers The facilities at the Berkeley Performance Center, which was adjacent to the college, were allowed to be used, and the statement was “not a formal decision of the company, but an informal decision.”
With this action, enough students are invited to the P.O. – especially in the midst of coronavirus infections because the building is unlimited to them – The school chose to apologize and apologize, saying it was not used as a hall for campus officials.
“We feel betrayed by many members of our community,” the statement continued on Tuesday. “We are sorry for the impact this has had on our community and to maintain feelings of oppression, discrimination and marginalization.
“We assure you, this shouldn’t have happened. If we go ahead, it won’t happen again.”
Under student pressure to completely ban police from school grounds, Brooklyn College in New York began operating in 2017 in an effort to answer nature’s call for a run-down bathroom on the edge of campus.