Fitchburg State University in Massachusetts hosted a number of “processing” spaces segregated by race in response to the Kyle Rittenhouse trial verdict, which discovered Rittenhouse not responsible on all costs.

The Fitchburg State University Center for Diversity & Inclusiveness introduced the “processing” spaces have been introduced in an e mail to campus neighborhood members, which additionally erroneously said that Jacob Blake was killed.

“The Center for Diversity and Inclusiveness is creating space for our community to process the ’not guilty’ on all accounts verdict in the Kenosha, Wisconsin case where Kyle Rittenhouse, an Illinois native shot and killed two people protesting the wrongful death of Jacob Blake in 2020. Kyle was acquitted of all charges in the case after driving to Wisconsin with an automatic rifle,” the e-mail learn.

Jacob Blake was paralyzed, however not killed, after being shot by a police officer in August 2020. The police officer who responded to the home disturbance name that led to Blake’s taking pictures was not charged both by the state or by the federal authorities after investigations.

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The e mail then went on to say that Fitchburg State University can be offering “virtual and in-person physical spaces” the place college students and workers will get the possibility to “discuss your thoughts, emotions, and reflections.”

The 4 “processing” spaces embody a “Students of Color Processing Space,” “White Student Ally Processing Space,” “Faculty and Staff of Color Processing Space,” and a “White Faculty and Staff Ally Processing Space.”

Kyle Rittenhouse listens as the Judge Bruce Schroeder talks about how the jury will view video during deliberations in Kyle Rittenhouse's trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wis., on Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021. (Sean Krajacic/The Kenosha News via AP, Pool)

Kyle Rittenhouse listens because the Judge Bruce Schroeder talks about how the jury will view video throughout deliberations in Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial on the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wis., on Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021. (Sean Krajacic/The Kenosha News by way of AP, Pool)
(Sean Krajacic/The Kenosha News by way of AP, Pool)

A Fitchburg State University spokesperson pointed Fox News to an announcement the university made on Friday night time, stating that “some factual errors were included in the original communication.”

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“In the haste of creating these events, some factual errors were included in the original communication. The intention of the communication was to inform our community as quickly as possible of the optionally available space given the holiday break. These do not change the intent of the gatherings, which is to provide a space for members of the campus community to discuss their reactions and experiences,” the assertion learn.

Kyle Rittenhouse talks about how Gaige Grosskreutz was holding his gun when Rittenhouse shot him on Aug. 25, 2020, while testifying during his trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin, November 10, 2021. 

Kyle Rittenhouse talks about how Gaige Grosskreutz was holding his gun when Rittenhouse shot him on Aug. 25, 2020, whereas testifying throughout his trial on the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin, November 10, 2021. 
(Sean Krajacic/Pool by way of REUTERS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

However, the Fitchburg State University assertion defended the utilization of “identity groups,” which they declare is a “proven educational strategy.”

“Organizing such discussions by identity groups is a proven educational strategy, and reflects the reality that different community members may process such events differently, and may feel more comfortable sharing their feelings with community members of similar background and identity,” the assertion learn.

The assertion mentioned that it’s the university’s intention for a “combined session” for all campus neighborhood members to happen.