A sorority group from the University of Kansas put a member on probation after sharing a ‘criticizing’ BLM post.
Sources confirmed how the university’s group condemned the member’s actions, calling it ‘unbecoming’ behavior across social media. Moreover, the university called out the member, Katherine Lauer, for sharing such a message over a sensitive topic.
On the other hand, news agencies confirmed how the sophomore shared some documents with Fox News recently. They clearly showed how she received sanctions by the university. In particular, they pointed at how the sorority referred to as Kappa Alpha Theta called her out for ‘argumentative communication.’
Meanwhile, the authorities at the sorority granted her a ‘social media posting holiday’ for only a week. And that’s where they asked her to take some time out and reflect personally on her actions. And that meant undergoing a cleanse of behavior and thinking relating to the topic.
They even granted her a video that was selected by a particular portion of the committee that handles diversity and equity matters.
The student went on confirming how they also forcefully asked her to monitor all of the posts that she put online. This meant glancing over their alignment, in accordance with their online contract for social media. In case of any misunderstanding, she would need to conduct open dialogue relating to the matter.
Therefore, the ultimate aim is to gain a ‘broader education of the US of today.’But what exactly did she post that caught many people’s eyes?
Well, sources confirmed how she reposted a message relating to how the Black Lives Matter Movement operates via white men. They use the faces of deceased black men so they could raise millions. And this money is then used to elect some white democrats into top powerful positions.
Lauer soon confirmed how she never intended to instigate hate. She supports the basic ideals of the BLM movement but does question their funding.