(Campus Reform) Henderson State University in Arkansas has removed signs instructing students not to wear saggy pants after they were criticized as racist, but administrators say the policy will remain in effect.
The signs, which were posted earlier this month in the student center, stated that in addition to sagging pants, profanity, "excessive loudness," and rude behavior would also "not be tolerated," ABC affiliate KATV News reports.
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After just two days, however, the signs were removed in response to complaints from students who felt that the prohibition against sagging pants unfairly targeted African American students, with whom the style is often associated.