A Black Lives Matter protester will reportedly teach a course at Yale University's Divinity School as a guest lecturer this fall.

DeRay McKesson will teach "Transformational Leadership in the #BlackLivesMatter Movement,” the first section of a three-section leadership course.

Yale sophomore Aryssa Damron said this morning on “Fox and Friends” that Yale is bringing “professional protesters” to campus instead of “real professors.”

She noted that the other teachers at the Divinity School are reverends and senators, “yet we have this random Twitter star who’s teaching a course just because Beyoncé follows him on Twitter.”

Damron also revealed that she has faced backlash at Yale for being a conservative. She told Tucker Carlson that she has been called a bigot just for her clothes,  and recalled how one student refused to live with her because she’s “too conservative.”

“I hate seeing that Yale is creating leaders who are going to divide instead of leaders who are going to unite,” she said.

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