In yet another instance of public condemnation of the University of Windsor’s treatment of its black students, The Black Law Students Association Canada (BLSAC) has issued a statement condemning the University of Windsor’s treatment of Jordan Afolabi.

Jordan Afolabi is a black computer science student who– despite being found by the University’s own investigation as well as the accounts of multiple witnesses to have been acting in self-defense from the unprovoked attack of Joseph Yakow (a fellow student who assaulted Jordan and subsequently filed false criminal charges stating that it was Jordan who attacked him)– is still banned from various locations on campus and has been labelled a “legitimate health and safety concern” to staff members while no disciplinary action has been taken against the student who assaulted him.

Jordan Afolabi was banned from these offices in response to his repeated attempts to have the University respond to evidence and complaints he had submitted demanding that the University take disciplinary action against the student that assaulted him and file false criminal charges against him as well as various members of the University that had chosen to ignore his complaints

In response, the BLSAC has issued the following statement:

#ExposeUwindsor #UwindsorDeservesBetter #DanieliArbex #RyanFlannagan #DouglasKneale #CharleneRoe #BlackInPostSec #JosephYakow #BlackInPostSec

BLSA-Canada Publicly Condemns UWindsor’s Discrimination Against Black Students – ExposeUwindsor