Should Sorority Stop Selling Candy for Cancer Patient to Join Microagression Protest?

Tamara QuimiroArticles, Featured

Should a University of Kansas sorority be forced to stop doing charitable work for an off-campus project so they can turn their attention to more “pressing” issues like fighting microagressions ON-campus?

KU’s Delta Delta Delta sorority is being pressured by the BlackLivesMatter crowd to stop selling candy canes to raise money (and awareness) for the plight of a young cancer patient in town . . . because BLM feels it’s more important for all student groups to support THEIR cause instead.

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