Cornell offers ‘person of color’ exemption for flu vaccine requirement

Students at Cornell University can use their status as a “person of color” to be exempt from the university’s flu vaccine requirement.

“Students who identify as Black, Indigenous, or as a Person of Color (BIPOC) may have personal concerns about fulfilling the Compact requirements based on historical injustices and current events,” explains Cornell Health’s vaccine requirement FAQ.

Students can send a private message to Cornell Health in order to request a non-medical or non-religious exemption for the immunization. For more information, the FAQ links to a page “especially for students of color,” which is meant to help minority students concerned about the flu vaccine requirement….

White people should get a clue.   Street level racism has nearly always been orchestrated from the top as a divide and conquer strategy.   While they still hate black people, known history such as tuskegee has forced them to fine-tune the message.  The white population comprises a larger target in terms of population anyway, and are more clueless in terms of (not-so-hidden) agendas.  In any case the “public health” establishment’s vitamin D fraud is still killing black people, so there’s nothing genuine about any of this.

Maybe it’s time to start wearing blackface, not as an insult to brothers and sisters, but a recognition that we’re all being targeted.

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