Black College Student Physically Accosts White Student With Dreadlocks


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A black student and former employee at San Francisco State University, Bonita Tindle, appears in the following video assaulting a white kid, DJ Cory Goldstein, because he’s wearing dreadlocks and it is “cultural appropriation” in her estimation.

She accosted him physically and wanted to cut his dreadlocks off. She asked her friend if he had scizzors.

She told the kid he was stealing her culture even though dreadlocks have been around since the ancient Greeks.

Is it time to put an end to the notion that there is no such thing as black racism?

Goldstein filed a school police report but it won’t go anywhere. What do you think? Is this cultural appropriation or more leftist social justice garbage?

A school spokesman told the New York Daily News:

San Francisco State University promotes the rights of the campus community to engage in free speech, but does not condone behavior that impedes the safety or well-being of others.

We are taking the matter seriously and will promptly and thoroughly investigate this incident through applicable university channels, including our campus student conduct.



  1. HE should have called cops for assault, she should have been arrested, ..There is no excuse to bully anyone about there choice of clothes or hairstyle .She needs to be expelled from that school ,hateful and ignorant.

    • Please don’t call anyone ignorant and then write ‘there’ where ‘their’ is called for. Maybe you should write for these guys, go out and buy a pair of scizzors first.

    • Reading is good. Try it sometime. The cops WERE called. He filed a police report but declined to press charges. She is being investigated. Funny… it happened to HIM, NOT YOU, yet YOU’RE more fired up about this than HE is. Calm down.

  2. Unfortunately that hairstyle has been around for millennia. But she took exception saying that was part of her culture. Maybe he should have asked her why she was speaking English. That was stealing his culture.

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