Byline: Tonyaa Weathersbee, Times-Union columnist
TALLAHASSEE -- So it seems that some law school students at Florida State University had this party recently. But the theme turned out to be a bit over the top.
Too much over the top for some.
The students called their gathering the "Pimps and Ho's Party." It was held at a local bar near the FSU campus, and some white students showed up dressed as pimps and prostitutes, in Afro wigs, gold chains and other outfits straight out of the 1970s -- an era when black criminality and pathology were elevated to the silver screen.
Not everyone was amused.
During a town meeting at FSU's College of …