BLACK HUNGER STRIKER: Says He’s ‘Oppressed’, Rips ‘White Privilege’ And FAILS To Mention What His Family Is Worth

Published on November 11, 2015

Get ready to spit your coffee on your computer and scream, ‘Oh, please’ as you read this. It looks like this ‘oppressed’ Mizzou protestor who caused the University of Missouri’s president to resign is more privileged than most of his buddies.

Jonathan Butler, a central figure in the protests at the University of Missouri, is an Omaha native and the son of a railroad vice president, the Omaha World-Herald reports.

Butler refused food last week in a move to force the university system’s president, Timothy M. Wolfe, from office. Wolfe resigned Monday and Butler ended his hunger strike.

Jonathan Butler played high-school football at Omaha Central High, where he won a state championship, and earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Mizzou, the newspaper reports. He is working toward a master’s degree in educational leadership and policy.

He is a member of a prominent Omaha family. The newspaper says that Butler’s father is Eric L. Butler, executive vice president for sales and marketing for the Union Pacific Railroad. His 2014 compensation was $8.4 million, according to regulatory filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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