Police Commissioner Ray Kelly was shouted off the stage at Brown University Tuesday by more than 100 protesters angry over the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk policy.
Kelly was attempting to give a lecture on “Proactive Policing in America’s Biggest City” when angry students at the Ivy League college in Providence, RI, forced him to cut the talk short.
“Racism is not for debate,” one yelled.
“We want you to stop stopping and frisking people!” another yelled.
Administrators were forced to step in.
University President Christina Paxson was appalled.
“The conduct of disruptive members of the audience is indefensible and an affront both to civil democratic society and to the university’s core values of dialogue and the free exchange of views,” Paxson said in a statement.
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