Columbia U Student Claims She Is Traumatized By Reading About White People

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Nissy Aya

Columbia University student Nissy Aya claims she suffered severe trauma from reading too many books by and about white people.
The Daily Caller reported:

A student at Columbia University is urging the school to inject more diversity into its required courses, claiming she suffered severe emotional trauma from reading too many books by and about white people.

Columbia students and faculty gathered Wednesday night for a panel discussion on “Race, Ethnicity, and University Life.” According to the Columbia Daily Spectator, much of the commentary revolved around the idea that minorities on campus simply spend too much time being traumatized by the white-centric content of their classes.

One of the panelists at the event was black Columbia student Nissy Aya. Aya was supposed to graduate in 2014, but instead is only on track to receive her degree in 2016. That, Aya says, demonstrates “how hard it has been for me to get through this institution,” though it’s worth noting she is an exceptional case, as Columbia has one of the highest four-year graduation rates in the country.

While not in class, Nissy Aya is an enthusiastic race activist.
Her Twitter feed is littered with comments on racial struggle and activism.


Some of her comments are just crazy.

She ought to make a fine employee some day.

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