Luke Tripp Discusses Anti-Islamic Cartoons Posted in St Cloud
A well-attended and passionate rally was sparked in January at St. Cloud State University after anti-Islamic cartoons were posted throughout the St. Cloud, Minn. community -- including sexually-explicit drawings of the Prophet Muhammad. The rally was sponsored by SCSU's Somali Student Association. Dr. Luke Tripp, professor of community studies and former member of the Black Panther Party, attended the rally.
In this exclusive interview by KVSC News Director Chris Duffy, Tripp discusses the damage he feels the anti-Islamic cartoons posted in St Cloud have caused. Tripp has a deep background in civil rights and activism in various forms of oppression. This interview goes deep into the history of Central Minnesota and the harmful effects that these images can cause to a community.
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