The taxpayer-funded chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater is backtracking furiously after she cried racism because two students posted a Snapchat image of themselves standing in a dorm with a dark, ink-like facial skincare treatment carefully smeared all over their faces.
On Thursday morning, Beverly Kopper, UW-Whitewater’s $238,000-per-year chancellor, composed a lengthy statement about her plan for massive action in response to the the skincare image, reports local CBS affiliate WISC-TV.
“Last night a disturbing racist post that was made to social media was brought to my attention,” Kopper’s statement read.
“This post was hurtful and destructive to our campus community,” the deeply disturbed Kopper also wrote. “You have my promise that these steps are only the starting points and together, we will determine actions that will ultimately create a long-term cultural change.”
Kopper indicated that another high-ranking UW-Whitewater official, $143,468-per-year Tom Rios, was leading a group of bureaucrats who would meet with students, research race relations and really get to the bottom of the exfoliation of the faces of two white students.