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Boise State Coffee Vendor Forced Off Campus for Supporting Police

A coffee vendor at Boise State University was forced to leave campus after students took issue with their support for the Thin Blue Line, an organization that works with police non-profits. Members of the Boise State University student government argued that keeping the coffee vendor on campus would send a “poor message” to black students.

According to a report by the College Fix, a coffee vendor was forced to leave its post at Boise State University after students uncovered the vendor’s work with organizations that support local police forces.

Sarah Fendley, the owner of Big City Coffee, began working with police non-profits after her former police officer partner was shot and paralyzed during an altercation with an escaped prisoner. Read more…

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