Racial Tensions Grow as Universities Offer Courses That Stoke Racism

This nation has suffered through far more than its share of racism.  And for far too long.  It would have been hoped that with the election of Barack Obama, that we could have achieved even more in the area of racial harmony.  Tragically, the opposite has occurred and it's a national disgrace.

Here's an example of where the university is failing in its mission to examine an issue like racism, and conclude to repudiate it as should be done.

For example, we look to the University of Wisconsin Madison which is offering a class to be taught next semester called “The Problem of Whiteness.” The course is to be taught by an Assistant Professor named Damon Sajnani.

The course description states “Whereas disciplines such as Latino/a, African, and Asian American studies focus on race as experienced by non-whites, whiteness studies considers how race is experienced by white people. It explores how they consciously and unconsciously perpetuate institutional racism and how this not only devastates communities of color but also perpetuates the oppression of most white folks along the lines of class and gender. In this class, we will ask what an ethical white identity entails, what it means to be #woke, and consider the journal Race Traitor’s motto, “treason to whiteness is loyalty to humanity.”

Sajnani told College Fix in a telephone interview, “The problem of racism is the problem of whites being racist towards blacks.”



What about black racism against whites?  What about the New Black Panthers leader King Samir Shabazz, stating he hates all white people, and that if blacks want freedom they are going to have to kill some “crackers” and kill “some of their babies.”

Isn't that racism Mr. Sajnani?

What about Black Lives Matter activists and supporters screaming “I hope they kill all the white babies!”

Isn't that racism Mr. Sajnani?

What a student can expect from this course is further illustrated by these remarks:

Sajnani's own statement that racism is only a problem of whites being racist against blacks, should automatically disqualify him from teaching any student until he learns that racism comes in all shapes and sizes and exists within all races. It isn't skin color that determines racism, it is the people behind actual racist statements, not some manufactured idea to indoctrinate students into believing that “being born white is to be born a racist.”

There is so much wrong with that one hardly knows where to begin. In the first place, it does nothing to promote harmony, respect, and good-will between the races. And that should be the primary goal. Those efforts will not be perfect, and there will always be those, among both the black and white populations, who are bigots.  But that must not deter the effort to achieve harmony.

In August 2016, Appalachian State University in North Carolina allowed students to target “white, male, Christian, heterosexual” students with a billboard telling them to “check their privilege,” with the word privilege described as “unearned access to social power based on membership in a dominant social group.” In other worlds, targeting them for being born.


The Daily Mail explained at the time that the original campaign posters were the “brainchild” of three University of San Francisco professors.



We already highlighted the Associate Professor and his false assertion that “The problem of racism is the problem of whites being racist towards blacks,” but there are countless examples of all throughout the country of the type of professors and school officials  that are behind the brainwashing of students into the attacks against “whites.”

For example, look to the Spokeswoman for DC Public Schools wrote on social media, in reference to former Texas Governor Rick Perry being tapped by President-Elect Donald Trump to head the Energy Department, the following statement: “If wanting to get rid of something qualifies you to run it, I would like to be Secretary of White Men.”

The statement was removed after backlash against it, but statement itself shows how this spokesperson wants to rid the world of “white men.”  College Fix also notes that Hilary Tone, the spokesman, once worked as Education Program Director at Media Matters for America.

Other examples can be found at the Professor Watchlist, which exposed the “radical” agendas being taught to students in America's colleges, such as Alvin Lee:

Human Resources Training Specialist at Purdue University. In Management 301, Lee taught his class that the phrase, “America is a melting pot” is a microaggression. He also added phrases such as “Where are you from,” “There is only one race, the human race,” “Everyone can succeed in society if they work hard enough,” and “I believe the most qualified person should get the job” to the list of offensive statements. He claims that white people can not be “color blind” and should be forced to recognize race. Instead of attempting to encourage unity, he would rather encourage divide and play “diversity bingo” to highlight our racial differences.

Dr. Anthea Butler, a professor at University of Pennsylvania, said God is a white racist.

Barbara Gorski, a Professor at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota told students that success is based upon race, and that they should share the fruits of their “privilege,” and they should feel guilty if they have more money or success than someone else.

Dr. Brittney Cooper is an Assistant Professor at Rutgers University. Cooper stated that white racism is to blame for Brexit. She tweeted “White nationalism gone be the death of all of us. #Brexit” and went on to say “The only thing I know that makes white folks vote against their own economic interest is racism. #Brexit.” In another interview to Salon she stated that white people need to start recognizing that they are “the face of the oppressor.”Cooper has also stated that Christian conservatives worship a “white supremacist Jesus.”

Dr. Charles Angeletti is a tenured professor at Metropolitan State University Denver and an admitted socialist. He required students to recite a pledge that describes a racist, sexist, homophobic America. “I pledge allegiance to and wrap myself in the flag of the United States Against Anything Un-American and to the Republicans for which it stands, two nations, under Jesus, rich against poor, with curtailed liberty and justice for all except blacks, homosexuals, women who want abortions, Communists, welfare queens, treehuggers, feminazis, illegal immigrants, children of illegal immigrants, and you if you don't watch your step.”

Those are just a few examples and I only made it to the letter C, excluding the ones attacking, religion, conservatism, Republicans, and America, as well as promoting anti-Americanism, homosexuality, masculine toxicity, etc…..

Actually, the discussion can be summarized rather simply just by reading the words of Martin Luther King, Jr.  Either you accept what is taught by Mr. Sajnani or what is taught by Dr. King.  Take your pick, the two systems of belief are mutually exclusive.

Source:  All News Pipeline



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