When Universities financed by taxpayer dollars and under the administration of Government employees systematically teach that certain people are to be stigmatized based on the color of their skin, that’s textbook Government-sanctioned racism, yes?
- Portland Community College, Portland, Oregon, created “Whiteness History Month,” a month-long attack on white culture, which is presented as synonymous with white racism.
- Arizona State University offered (a since renamed) course called “U.S. Race Theory and the Problem of Whiteness.”
- University of Wisconsin – Madison offers a course called ‘The Problem of Whiteness.”
- Hunter College, New York City, NY offers a course called ‘The Abolition of Whiteness.”
- Stanford University is planning to offer a class called “White Identity Politics,” during which students will “survey the field of whiteness studies” and discuss the “possibilities of … abolishing whiteness.”
- Sam Houston State University in Texas (SHSU) offers scholarships and laptops to students in exchange for signing for courses attacking “white privilege” and celebrating the violent, racist #BlackLivesMatter movement.
- Butler University warns students to disavow their “American-ness, maleness, whiteness, heterosexuality, middle-class status” when writing and speaking in the classroom.
- “The” Ohio State University had a course in which students were indoctrinated to look for “white privilege” and racial “microaggressions.”
- The University of Michigan and Harvard University now have mandatory orientation in “white privilege” for incoming students.
- The University of Iow sponsors training for white students and faculty to “address their white privilege.”
- A Fairfield (CT) University professor teaches other professors that “any critical investigation of race should devote some time to the problem that is whiteness.”
- The University of San Francisco created a “White Privilege Resource Guide” that advised students, among other things, that white people were too psychologically fragile to handle minorities in positions of authority or as equals.
And that’s just a quick
So, you have Government spending millions of dollars to stigmatize a class of people based on their skin color. What makes anyone think this can go on and not have some of those people get angry about it?
This is not intended as an apologetic for the events in Charlottesville. My only point is you can’t teach people not be racist by being racist.