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Topic - Jason Moses
A band set to perform at Hampshire College in Massachusetts was sent packing, after a social media campaign morphed into a movement and students deemed the group “too white” to play.
Some of the members are white — but not all, and as keyboardist Jason Moses said to The Republican newspaper, he didn't think race was an issue, anyway.
"[Race is] not important to us," he said, to The Republican. "Music and art have the opportunity to transcend all that. It was just absolutely a disgusting experience. It felt like we were demonized. I didn't feel they should cancel us."