Student at University of Houston suspended for saying all lives matter

A student at the University of Houston has been suspended from the student government and forced to take groupthink sessions for asserting that all lives matter.
A student government leader at the University of Houston was suspended for 50 days and ordered to attend a diversity seminar after she criticized the Black Lives Matter movement online.
Shortly after the July 7 shooting in Dallas that killed five officers, Rohini Sethi went on Facebook and opined “Forget #BlackLivesMatter; more like AllLivesMatter.” The statement was later deleted, but only after numerous UH students denounced it as incredibly offensive or even hateful.
When racists who claim that black lives are more important than other lives are challenged by their racism, they respond by calling their opponents racist. We have become a society where championing one race at the expense of all else is proper, if it is the black race, and it is racist to say that all races are equally important. We are becoming a doublethink society like 1984.