Black Lives Matter activists tear down, replace pro-police display at Dartmouth College
DARTMOUTH — A controversy has began on the Dartmouth College campus after a pro-police display was torn down, according to The Dartmouth.
The campus was celebrating National Police Week which falls on May 15-21, creating a display on a bulletin board to honor fallen officers and firemen. The bottom of the display read, "Blue Lives Matter."
The last part of the display seemed to upset the Black Lives Matter supporters at Dartmouth.
The Black Lives Matter supporters took down the display and put up their own changing, blue to black.
The Black Lives Matter activists declared that the original display had been “censored on behalf of the students,” according to a witness who spoke with The Daily Caller.
Incidentally, on the same day as the spat at Dartmouth, two police in nearby Manchester were shot while on duty.