This undated image obtained from Twitter on May 7 shows 16 black, female cadets in uniform with their fists raised while posing for a photograph at the United States Military Academy at West Point. The U.S. Military Academy has launched an inquiry into the image that has spurred questions about whether the gesture violates military restrictions on political activity.
This undated image obtained from Twitter on May 7 shows 16 black, female cadets in uniform with their fists raised while posing for a photograph at the United States Military Academy at West Point. The U.S. Military Academy has launched an inquiry into the image that has spurred questions about whether the gesture violates military restrictions on political activity. Associated Press
This undated image obtained from Twitter on May 7 shows 16 black, female cadets in uniform with their fists raised while posing for a photograph at the United States Military Academy at West Point. The U.S. Military Academy has launched an inquiry into the image that has spurred questions about whether the gesture violates military restrictions on political activity. Associated Press

Critics of black women cadets read too much in a gesture

May 10, 2016 05:17 PM

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