UTSA is distancing itself from a magazine being started by UTSA students called 'No Whites Allowed,' News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.
A 'Facebook' post says the magazine, called the 'NWA Zine,' a play on the nineties pioneering hip hop band NWA, will be featuring and promoting 'specifically black and brown LGTBQA creatives.'
"We hope to showcase our talent and create an open space where our voices to be heard," the post proclaims.
UTSA spokesman Joe Izbrand told the conservative web site 'Campus Reform' that when flyers showed up on campus promoting the magazine's release party, which was scheduled to take place last night, they were 'immediately removed.'
“It was not approved or authorized by the university and was not affiliated with any campus organization or event. It was immediately removed," Izbrand told 'Campus Reform.'
An Instagram post by a person calling themself 'J-Town Chelsea' says "for a very long time, black and brown people, especially those who are queer, have been told that they don't have a space. That they don't have a voice or a say. With this we would like to create a space."
The individual goes on to write, "We are beautiful. We are brown. We are talented, and our voices should be heard."
Campus Reform quotes a now-deleted Facebook comment, which would appear to be an amazing statement from a person who is complaining about being excluded, "Inclusion is not inherently good, and exclusion is not inherently bad," in reference to plans by NWA to exclude straight and White people from the planned publication.