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He wrote: “The first moment of violence was when the white man in question called a black woman a ‘b***h’ when she was trying to flyer. “This is not in the video, and the fact that everyone quickly sided with the white man shows that we are so quick to jump on the side of privilege.” The has also quoted another student, Maddy Grey, as having said: “He called her a ‘b***h’ after she tried to give him a flyer so she went to talk to him about his dreads and not to call her a ‘b***h’ (naturally).” SFSU is standing by the statement it released shortly after the clip began to gather attention which said the institution was aware of the video and that university police had been called to the scene of the incident when it occurred The statement continued: “No criminal charges have been pressed at this time to the university’s knowledge.
“San Francisco State University promotes the rights of the campus community to engage in free speech, but does not condone behaviour that impedes the safety or well-being of others.
“I felt that I didn’t need to explain myself: my hair, my rules, my body.” The 47-second video clip surfaced online on Tuesday and has, so far, gathered more than 2.2 million views and begins by showing the female student supposedly threaten to cut Mr Goldstein’s dreadlocks with scissors.
Mr Goldstein is then heard to defend his hairstyle and asks the female student: “You’re saying I can’t have a hairstyle because of your culture. ” She replies: “Because it’s my culture.” The female student is also seen to block Mr Goldstein’s path, preventing him from walking away from the situation as she pushes him back, all the while accusing him of cultural appropriation.
t want people with your hair here,” something he said he found “really rude.” He continued: “She kept grabbing me, pushing me back, trying to make her point or something.
I didn’t want to talk or discuss this situation with her at all.
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