(From FOBBDeep)

While attending UCSD, there were more than a few WTF/”that’s racist!” moments experienced. And it appears to continue with a fraternty’s “Compton Cookout” themed bbq:

“UCSD party mocks Black History Month”

A weekend party that involved University of California San Diego students and mocked Black History Month has drawn the ire of black students and prompted a condemnation sent to all students and faculty by the chancellor.

An invitation to the “Compton Cookout” event urged participants to wear chains, don cheap clothes and speak very loudly, according to wording circulated by outraged students and verified by campus administrators.

As a guide for girls attending the event, the invitation read, “For those of you who are unfamiliar with ghetto chicks-Ghetto chicks usually have gold teeth, start fights and drama, and wear cheap clothes…”

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 To read the entire invitation of the frat party, click here.

From a student run “satire” newspaper that intentionally published offensive and racist material and incited tension with the student of color organizations to fliers using images of KKK and lynchings to “joke” about pledging a fraternity, among an array of incidents, UCSD always brought out the angry minority within me.

I don’t think it’s a coincidence that these things continue to persist when the UC system continues to have one of the lowest minority enrollments in the nation.