The family of the black university student whose girlfriend was 'cut her off' by her parents because of their relationship has spoken out in support of her decision to launch a Go Fund Me page titled 'Say No to Racism.'The campaign brands her father a racist and asks for help with the college tuition fees she claims he will no longer pay.Eighteen-year-old high school senior Allie Dowdle took the drastic action last week, writing online that her parents were 'no longer supporting' her future.Both Allie Dowdle and Michael Swift have attended some of the most elite private schools in Tennessee.Dowdle is a senior at the ,000 a year school, Hutchison Academy, (top) and Swift graduated from Memphis University boys' school, also costing ,000 a year (bottom)Allie hasn't stated where she plans to attend college, only that she has to have the funds by May 1.She said that she is unable to get a job because she doesn't have consistent transportation in her rural town of Eads which has a population of around 6,400 people.Early Friday morning, Allie posted an update on her Go Fund Me page saying that it wasn't her 'intention to deliberately hurt my family'.'My actions reflect my conscious decision to do what I believe is right.'To my family, I say once again I am genuinely sorry for any pain I have caused you, but I do not regret my decision to support my future through a Go Fund Me campaign,' she wrote.Whether you’re a Calgary single, Vancouver single, or one of our many professional singles looking for love in Canada, we have potential matches waiting for you.
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Before that, he was engaged to his longtime girlfriend Seana Gorlick.
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I hate it.'Allie is currently a senior at Hutchison Academy in Memphis, a ,000 a year private school for girls.
Swift attended the similarly exclusive school for boys, Memphis University School, nearby before enrolling as a freshman at Clemson University, South Carolina.