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Ohio State University students have issued a guide on avoiding offensive Halloween costumes.
The student-run magazine "1870" printed a flowchart that outlines acceptable costumes.
White people should not dress up as deceased pop star Prince, but non-whites may. Whites must also avoid any kind of headwear from other cultures, but everyone else may include it in their costume.
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The guide specifically addresses Donald Trump costumes, saying anything making fun of the president is fine.
It also asks if the costume"validates white supremacists," "requires blackface, milk, or a swastika" or "humanizes inhumane people."
Some students have created a "hierarchy of oppression" on college campuses to compete for being the most offended said Cabot Phillips, media director at CampusReform.org.
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