Stanford Giving Black Students Priority To Movie Sparks Federal Complaint

Stanford University's Graduate Student Council gave black students preference for tickets and a bus ride to a screening of the second "Black Panther" movie, prompting a federal civil rights complaint.

  • The complaint was file by former Trump Education Department official Adam Kissel.
  • The department won’t acknowledge having received a complaint about the incident. However, the complaint was shared with Just the News.
  • Kissel filed the complaint under  Title VI of the Civil Rights Act because the GSC is part of the student government, which is recognized by the university.
  • Kissel told the department’s Office for Civil Rights San Francisco division in a Nov. 18 complaint shared with Just the News.
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