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Posted by Black Lives Matter Nashville on Friday, February 19, 2016

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Black Lives Matter activists are crying white supremacy after a Nashville public library told them they were not allowed to exclude people from their meetings based on race.

The group’s general meetings are “open to black and non-black people of color only,” according to its website.

According to WSMV-TV, “library officials told the group that if it holds a meeting at a public space such as the library, it has to be open to everyone.”

The activists didn’t agree.

“We’ve been meeting regularly and then one person, I assume white person, felt excluded and complained and we were kicked out,” said Black Lives Matter member Joshua Crutchfield.

“I definitely think it is a result of white supremacy.”

Library spokeswoman Emily Waltenbaugh defended the institution’s decision to The Tennessean.

“We’re a library,” she said.

“We’re taxpayer funded. We have to be open to anyone anytime.”

See more on this story, here.

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