The University of Sheffield Student's Union in the UK has banned white people from attending a meeting about anti-racism.
The SU announced that it would hold focus groups on "how we can create an anti-racist Students' Union" as part of an effort to shift from a "non-racist to an actively anti-racist" stance.
However, no white people are allowed to take part.
"Please note that these sessions are only open to black and minority ethnic (BME) students," states the announcement.
Banning people from a meeting about racism because of their skin color is…what's the word? Oh yeah, racist.
The controversy follows a similar farce at the University of Edinburgh where white people were banned from asking questions at an event called Resisting Whiteness.