University of Michigan students demand segregated 'safe space' for African-Americans after Trump's victory:
"A group of University of Michigan students is calling on school officials to create a segregated safe space for African-Americans in the wake of Donald Trump's election, The Federalist reports.
The group Students 4 Justice said Trump's election means that they "now have their lives at risk," and that the campus police can no longer protect them because "the police, as a union, has endorsed Trump."
"Placing us in the police's care is an act of anti-Black violence," the group wrote.
The students demand that the university provide funding and hire staff to operate this "Black space," which would be designed as a "recreational and safe space for Black people at the University."
Calls for similar designated areas for distressed students have seen an uptick since the election results rolled out.
The Week Staff"