Madeleine Albright is a feminist and a liberal, but she's also too white for some at the all-women's Scripps College in Claremont, California.

In their commencement speaker announcement, the college noted they "proudly welcome Dr. Albright to Scripps College, and eagerly anticipate a glimpse of the person ‘behind the position’ that so many of us admire for her history-making role as America’s first female Secretary of State."

That accomplishment, however, is not how Kinzie Mabon sees Albright, who noted for The Student Life that "Madeleine Albright Has Blood on Her Hands." She does refer to Albright's suggesting that "there's a special place in hell" for young women who don't support Hillary Clinton, but that's not the focus.

In addition to ranting how she doesn't want her little sister to have to listen to Albright, and what a bad role model she is, she refers to Albright as a "white feminist and repeated genocide enabler."

Mabon blames Albright for the Rwandan genocide. And, because of Albright's position on military intervention in the Balkans, and her 1996 60 Minutes interview about Iraq, Mabon can't accept her apology.

Mabon wasn't the only one with an emotional reaction. Steven Glick for Claremont Independent points to other student comments over social media:
2012 and like 2008 appeared to be people of color. but also SO MANY white women. *Just out of curiosity* does anyone know how many POC we’ve had as guest commencement speakers at Scripps? 2…3? With Madeline [sic] Albright being our commencement speaker (and a war criminal and a white feminist) I know some of our professors are refusing to be on stage. I was wondering if any of the students were planning a protest or perhaps some sort of show of disagreement with Albright and what she stands for?

As Katherine Timpf for National Review noted, "no amount of liberal cred is enough to make up for that cardinal sin of whiteness."

Scripps College is also where the student body president decried someone writing "#trump2016" on a student's whiteboard as a "racist act."