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McGill Student Paper Wants Vigil Cancelled Because Harambe Is Racist, Hurricane Matthew Threatens Jacksonville: P.M. Links

The McGill Daily, the student newspaper of McGill University, wants a vigil for Harambe cancelled because "The Harambe meme has been used countless times to perpetrate anti-Black microaggressions and reinforce stereotypes, and by allowing and encouraging this event to occur on campus, the student body is making McGill a more hostile environment for Black students." Hurricane Matthew assails Jacksonville.
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