A College in Massachusetts issued an apology to its students and Black Lives Matter Tuesday for allowing police officers to use their restrooms during last week’s protests.
The Public Safety Department (how ironic) of the Berklee College of Music took to Facebook to make amends and promise that it ‘won’t happen again.’
“We have heard from many of you personally and across social channels of your hurt and anger that this access was permitted … many members of our community feel betrayed,” the statement read.
“We are deeply sorry for the impact this had on our community and for perpetuating feelings of oppression, silencing, and marginalization,” they wrote, adding that if the Boston Police need to use the toilet in the future, “we will make a more concerted effort to consider the effects of our actions.”
Translation: Sorry, brothers in blue. You’ll have to make yellow and brown somewhere else.