. . . "During the same session, professor Melinda Abdullah, chair of the college’s Pan-African Studies department, told Covino that she found Shapiro to be an advocate of “anti-blackness,” even calling him a “neo-Nazi,” which she said is “ironic” because she knows he’s Jewish.
“I get he’s Jewish, so that’s ironic that I’m calling him a neo-Nazi,” she said, “but that’s basically what he is. A neo-KKK member — let’s call him that.”
Abdullah went on to say she is hearing from students who feel “traumatized” and “brutalized, physically, emotionally and mentally” by Shapiro’s months-old lecture, which is ironic because during Shapiro’s talk, many protesters rallying against his him reportedly became violent.
“It seemed more like brutality when students were being assaulted and hustled into my lecture two at a time through back entrances, when I required a phalanx of cops just to get on and off campus, and when the students were trapped in a room for fear of violence just for wanting to hear me speak,” Shapiro told TheBlaze.
But the protests against him aren’t quelling his willingness to go back to the college.
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"Interestingly, though the university leadership apparently wants to keep people like Shapiro out of the school’s lecture circuit, they just hosted Angela Davis, a convicted criminal and 1960s Communist Party USA leader." . . .