Temple University Student Art Display Tells White People to ‘Do Something’

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A student art installation at Temple University curiously reads, “White People. Do Something,” and has provoked polarizing reactions across social media.

The Tyler School of Art at Temple University took to their Twitter account to brag about the art installation, which is located on a central quad at the Philadelphia-based institution. Although the project’s meaning remains unclear, it hasn’t stopped community members and internet commentators from speculating about the artist’s motivation.

The “sculpture” was created by graduate art student Kara Springer and has provoked an assortment of confusion, anger, and praise across social media.

https://twitter.com/thespianorion/status/780239060056932354

https://twitter.com/C_Westling/status/780153299672657921

https://twitter.com/PennyDreadful81/status/780295608011816961

Tom Ciccotta is a libertarian who writes about Free Speech and Intellectual Diversity for Breitbart. You can follow him on Twitter @tciccotta or email him at tciccotta@breitbart.com

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