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Bummer: University President From The 1800s Probably Held Some Pretty Racist Views

Sad news has come to light today out of Smith University after it was realized that its university president from 1850, Charles Martin, probably had some racist views based on the context of those times.

“In my history gen ed I went to once, we learned about what was going on in America during the 1800s and I realized that’s when President Smith was in charge of this campus,” said college sophomore, Rick Davis. “It really didn’t sound like the best time to not be a white guy. So, I put two and two together and realized that this old white dude with a handlebar mustache was probably one of those shitty racist white guys we learned about. Thank god there’s none of those anymore.”

The college sophomore was going to bring it up to someone, but then he thought justice was served when he realized that the prejudice university president probably died of the flu due to poor healthcare of the times.

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