Arizona State University

Arizona State Publishes ‘Black Male Privilege’ Guide

Arizona State University published a “Black Male Privilege Checklist” that details the ways in which black men hold “privilege” over black women in American society. The list includes a variety of claims ranging from gender-based hairstyle challenges to the “gender pay gap” for professional athletes.

First Lady Michelle Obama greets students a day-long dance workshop to highlight contributions African American women have made to dance as part of Black History Month celebrations in the East Room at the White House in Washington, DC, February 8, 2016.

Paris Dennard Sues Arizona Board of Regents over Malicious Leak to Washington Post

Conservative commentator Paris Dennard is suing the Arizona Board of Regents, which governs Arizona State University’s McCain Institute for International Leadership, for a misleading leak of confidential information from his personnel file that the Washington Post used in a hit piece that cost him his job as a CNN contributor, where he had been singularly effective.

Paris Dennard (Paul Morigi / Getty)

African Immigrant and TPUSA Student Espoir Le’dieu: The Left ‘Views Me as a Puppet’

Arizona State University student and Rwandan refugee Espoir Le’dieu told Breitbart News that she likes President Donald Trump because he “believes in people,” and that leftists view her “as a puppet, that I need to be led.” Le’dieu spoke to host Alex Marlow in a Thursday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily for the show’s weekly Turning Point USA (TPUSA) campus report segment.

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