It’s no secret that colleges are full of students who believe they’re oppressed.
A recent survey found that 60 percent of respondents believe that the system unfairly discriminates against black students, and that many white students feel the same way.
But a recent survey of college students at Buffalo, New York’s The University of Buffalo revealed that many students believe they are oppressed as well.
“I don’t think you’re oppressed because you’re white.
I think you are oppressed because your body is different,” one student told The Buffalo News.
The student, whose name is being withheld out of concern for her safety, said that white students are “victimized” for “being different.”
“You know that you are different, and you’re told that you’re going to be oppressed by this system,” the student said.
“It’s a pretty insidious thing that is going on.”
She added, “I don.t think it’s a big deal if I wear my hair long, I don’t want to dress up, I’m not going to dress in a suit.”
The student told the newspaper that she had never felt “harassed” for her appearance or that she was “out of line” for choosing to attend a school with so many “different races” in the first place.
“We’re just looking for equality, and if we’re being discriminated against we’re just going to go to another school,” she said.
This article has been updated to include the university’s statement.