After Sarah Braasch backlash for calling police on Black Yale student, websites that posted her pro-slavery, pro-hate speech writing denounce her actions
Two websites theGrio cited that hosted content by Sarah Braasch have distanced themselves from her words and Braasch herself.
When Sarah Braasch called the police on Lolade Siyonbola for falling asleep in the common room of the Yale residence hall where they both live, she probably did not expect to be at the center of a viral social media story, but that’s what happened.
Black Yale student blasts dean for inaction after white woman calls police on her for napping in dorm “We don’t want to wait for a fatality”
Yale graduate student Lolade Siyonbola, who was simply taking a nap in the common room of her residence hall when her neighbor Sarah Braasch called the police on her, has issued a statement about the ordeal.
‘I Love Hate Speech’: Sarah Braasch, the white woman who called police on Black Yale grad student for napping in dorm, defends slavery and supports burqa ban in writings
Here are five things to know about Sarah Braasch, the woman who called the police on a fellow Yale graduate student for taking a nap in a common room.
Yale’s Vice President of Student Life, Kimberly Goff-Crews issued a statement to students yesterday in response to the #NappingWhileBlack incident that occurred in a residence hall earlier this week.
Black Yale teaching fellow Lolade Siyonbola says her white neighbor took the extreme measure of calling the police when she fell asleep in the common area of the building where they both live.