If you want a report on the situation that's not by American media here is one from the BBC.http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-34772080
Note that the BBC article mentions the same very few incidents that I did and the seemingly disproportional response by the protestors. When it talks about other race incidents at the University of Missouri it has to go back to one that happened in 1935.
It does mention a purported incident or racism at Yale but let's look into the issue.
Students accuse Yale SAE fraternity brother of saying ??white girls only?? at party door.
Now this sounds like blatant racism. However, was that actually what was said? Also, who said it?
That night, no one with a Yale ID was turned away before 11:15 p.m., the member said. Yale and New Haven police had responded to noise complaints at the party, and brothers were told not to let anyone else in, to avoid crowding. He said numerous students have said a woman who was denied entrance angrily challenged the man who stopped her, screaming: ??It??s because I??m black, isn??t it??
It was uncomfortable, he said, in part because the fraternity brother in question [the man that purportedly turned the black girl away] is African American. He said that his chapter is racially diverse but that some in Yale??s black community have called black SAE members ??Uncle Tom,? making them feel like they are being forced to choose between siding with the fraternity or others of their race.
What also is not mentioned by American media covering these protests are the incidents where Black student groups have banned non-Black students from their events.
Student Who Banned White Men From Diversity Event Insists: ??I Can??t Be Racist Because I??m Not White?http://www.breitbart.com/london/2015/05 ... not-white/
White high school students barred from attending Black Lives Matter eventhttp://www.allenbwest.com/2015/03/white ... ter-event/
And so on.