Friday, April 15, 2011

College Offers Degree in Falsifying Hate Crimes

CHAPEL HILL, NC - In order to better foster diversity and multiculturalism, the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill is offering an undergraduate degree in Falsifying Hate Crimes. "Nothing creates a spirit of community, opens dialogue, and increases campus speech controls better than big fake hate crimes," said Professor Donald Shuster-Manque. Professor Shuster-Manque will head up the inaugural class, using teachable moments from Tawana Brawley and the Duke Lacrosse Players rape accusation. "Our goal is to graduate well-rounded students who can manufacture a hate crime, back up their phony allegations, attract the media, and eventually get Al Sharpton involved. This requires a diverse skill set including drama, marketing, psychology, and good old-fashioned lying-your-ass-off." In addition, students will learn the fundamentals of song writing, poetry and web design in order to spread the message that hate crimes are unacceptable unless they're falsified in order to increase awareness of hate crimes.

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