Critical Race Theory
Throughout the American education system from toddler group to University there is a quiet revolution of anti-white sentiment brewing. Hundreds of anti-White college courses being taught by Marxist professors to questioning students across the United States.
This despicable Anti-white indoctrination starts at crayon age where toddlers being taught about racial differences (with an anti-white perspective) by indoctrinated carers and teachers who have themselves been inducted into the 'White Privilege' rhetoric through designated teaching training courses
Marxist governments caused the deaths of over 100 million people in the 20th century. Each one of those deaths made possible by the lie that society’s problems could be attributed to certain groups of people, whether those groups defined by skin colour, economic status, educational status, or anything else. In Cambodia, the communist Khmer Rouge targeted people wearing glasses because this indicated that they were educated and, therefore, oppressors.
Critical race theory is a racist extension of Frankfurt schools Critical Theory, a pre-WW2 philosophical theory originally written by anti-White Frankfurt Jews, engineered and manipulated to destroy the lives of white people. A Communist, egalitarian, sociological movement that fled west from Germany to infect the academic institutions of America; further venturing its vile, genocidal rhetoric to stir up anti-White sentiment across many universities around the world.
Listed above are terms used to humilate, slander and pathologise white people. Also used to delegitimize our opinions, feelings and most of all our rights. Don't let anybody use these words against you, refute the oppressor attempting to frame you as their oppressor.
In 1978 New York Jewess Judy H. Katz (often dubbed the creator of White Guilt by her critics) written a book titled “White Awareness: Handbook for Anti-Racism Training” (1978). The publication elaborates on “six groups of experiences” called stages, centring on the following themes: racism, definitions and inconsistencies; confronting the reality of racism; dealing with feelings; cultural differences; exploring cultural racism, the meaning of whiteness; individual racism; and developing action strategies.
White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack excerpted from McIntosh’s longer piece on both white and male privilege titled “White Privilege and Male Privilege: A Personal Account of Coming to See Correspondences through Work in Women’s Studies”(1988); this article translated into multiple languages and is now read and quoted by multicultural scholars and educators all over the world.
More commonly known as “White Privilege” Critical race theory first publicly surfaced from the dark depths of Jewish anti-White hatred through a New York Jewess named Peggy McIntosh with an essay titled “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack” first published in Peace and Freedom Magazine July/August 1989, a Communist propaganda rag of the Peace and Freedom Party.
McIntosh is also the founder of the National SEED Project and indoctrinates her dialectic of Critical theory with funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Since its inception SEED has become the largest peer-led faculty development project for educators in the US. Since the first SEED Project meeting in 1987, SEED has trained 2,200 K-16 teachers in 40 US states and 14 other countries, indirectly impacting millions of students. The SEED Project has been funded by private donors, local school support, and at least another fifteen foundations
White Privilege Conference
White Privilege Conference (WPC) is directed by Jewish professor Abby L. Ferber. The conference pertains to be “beyond skin colour” but the very name “White Privilege Conference” cannot strongly suggest anything but marginalizing racial in differences through sociological societal structures. The curricula include films charging whites with inherent, unconscious racism.
Abby L. Ferber Ph.D. is Professor of Sociology, and Women's' and Ethnic Studies, and co-founder and Associate Director of the Matrix Center for the Advancement of Social Equity and Inclusion at University of Colorado Springs. Ferber's first published booktitled White Man Falling: Race, Gender and White Supremacy, then more recently Ferber co-edited Sex, Gender, and Sexuality: The New Basics. Ferber also directs the national White Privilege Conference and is co-founded and co-facilitate the Knapsack Institute, a national curriculum transformation project.
WPC was founded in 2000 by Eddie Moore Jr. Moore also serves as Director of The Privilege Institute. This black male think tank which he founded in 2014 meets annually at the WPC. Moore is as co-editor of Everyday White People Confront Racial and Social Injustice: 15 Stories and the forthcoming on-line workbook, The White Women’s guide to teaching Black Males. Moore attained his Ph.D. in Educational Policy and Leadership Studies at the University of Iowa. Media critics have dismissed the conference as nothing more than White Guilt.
Somewhere hidden among WPC partners, you’ll find the ADL (Anti-Defamation League). Perhaps they should have a conference about the amount of influence Jews and Jewish organizations in America have over the government, media, banking and financial industry, academia, Hollywood? come on, let's talk about her lofty Jewish Privilege!
Which anti-White Professor is teaching your child this semester?
Where is the ethic in socially engineering the demise of white people through anti-White prejudicial indoctrination of Americas vulnerable young adults? I’ve intentionally split the following list of anti-White professors into two categories in retrospect of public awareness of their characters.
Professor Stephanie Behm Cross, Georgia State University, published an academic journal article lamenting the “insidiousness of silence and whiteness” on college campuses. The article states that “Remaining silent may itself be the luxury of white privilege and may reinforce oppression… This is particularly true when working as a White faculty member, operating with high levels of White fragility, within a system of higher education cloaked in Whiteness.”.
Professor Rochelle Gutierrez, University of Illinois, argued in a newly published book that algebraic and geometry skills perpetuate “unearned privilege” among whites. “On many levels, mathematics itself operates as Whiteness. Who gets credit for doing and developing mathematics, who is capable in mathematics, and who is seen as part of the mathematical community is generally viewed as White”.
Professor Katherine Cruger, Chatham University, published an article on employing a “feminist pedagogy” teaching technique in her classes, describing it as a necessary response to students’ waning attention to feminist concerns. Noticing, Cruger was quoted to have said that students “seem to be experiencing a kind of feminism fatigue,” and are “wary to admit that they could ever suffer at the hands (or be the instrument) of imperialist white-supremacist capitalist patriarchy.
Professor Sara Giordano, University of California, Davis, has vowed to “challenge the authority of Science” by “rewriting knowledge” through a feminist lens. Not only is science rooted in racism, she alleges; it has been used to perpetuate racism and colonial practices.
Professor Jodi Linley, University of Iowa, detailed her extensive commitment to teaching classes that “de-construct whiteness” in an academic journal article, arguing that to do otherwise would make her “complicit” in perpetuating white supremacy and white privilege.
Assistant Communications Professor Angela Putman, Penn State-Brandywine, believes “mediacracy is a lie” and that white people are “socialized to believe that they got where they are” because of “individual effort”. the only data collected amounting to this surmise was a simple survey completed by 12 of her students.
Professor, Jennifer Gaboury, is offering through Hunter College an undergraduate class called the “Abolition of Whiteness”. The course is to examine “how whiteness — and/or white supremacy and violence — is intertwined with conceptions of gender, race, sexuality, class, body ability, nationality, and age.”.
Engineering professor Donna Riley of Purdue University denounced academic “rigour,” calling it a “dirty deed” that upholds “white male heterosexual privilege.” Riley defines rigour as “the aspirational quality academics apply to disciplinary standards of quality,” Riley asserts that “rigour is used to maintain disciplinary boundaries, with exclusionary implications for marginalized groups and marginalized ways of knowing.”.
Physics professors Rachel Scherr and Amy Robertson, both at Seattle Pacific University, argue in the October issue of Race and Physics Teaching that physics instruction is currently unfair to women because “white male privilege pervades the discipline of physics as well as the classrooms in which physics is taught and learned.”.
To combat this state of affairs, they call upon fellow physics professors, especially those who are white males, to “disrupt privilege” in their classrooms by “recognising their own privilege, coping with the discomfort of unfair advantage, and coming to see themselves as agents of change who can contribute to the disruption of systems of unfair advantage.”.
Ashleigh $hackleford: “White people are born into being Demons”.
Assistant Professor C. Kyle Rudick from University of Northern Iowa and Kathryn B. Golsan of Southern Illinois University argued in an academic paper that practising “civility” in college classrooms can “reproduce white racial power.” expressing that particularly “whiteness-informed civility,” allegedly “functions to assert control of space” and “create a good white identity”.
This civility can reinforce white privilege, Rudick and Goslan argue because “civility within higher education is a racialized, rather than universal, norm,” according to the field of “critical whiteness studies.” Responding to criticism, Rudick said that he wrote the article in the spirit of his “continued service to Cthulu”.
Professor Dae Elliott at San Diego State University faced national criticism and ridicule after giving students a “White Privilege Checklist”. The document also informed students about their alleged privilege based on “gender, sexual orientation, class, and religion. According to the checklist, you know you have “white privilege” if, for example, you “can arrange to be in the company of people of my race most of the time.”.
Claudia Rankine is a Frederick Iseman Professor of Poetry at Yale University, the Jamaican-born Poet teaches a 2018 spring semester course entitled “An interdisciplinary approach to the understanding of whiteness.” offering students paying 70,570 per year a “discussion of whiteness as a culturally constructed and economic incorporated entity, which touches upon and assigns value to nearly every aspect of American life and culture.”.
Courtni Wolfgang, associate professor at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) recently wrote an article titled “The White Supremacy in art and education and how she has been a participant.” Elaborating, Wolfgang claims that race is a construct created for the purposes of white supremacy claiming that race has been created as an “intentionally violent” weapon against “black and brown bodies”; Wolfgang also charges that the “normalization of whiteness” in art is inherently violent. She argues that white teachers who do not try to combat the whiteness in art are propagators of violence against their students.
Professors and co-directors of World Cultures program at SDCC Michelle Chan and Maria-Jose Zeledon-Perez lanched a white supremacist seminar ()early October 2019) titled “Confronting White Supremacy through the Arts”. At the event flyers were disturbed claiming that cultural appropriation, “racist mascots,” and “Make American Great Again” are instances of white supremacy. Among the leaflets distributed were a White Supremacy Wheel, a Pyramid of White Supremacy that classified “Euro-centric curriculum” and “claiming reverse racism” as “veiled racism” and “funding schools locally as “discrimination”.
Emily Walton sociology professor at Dartmouth University called upon other universities to require students to take courses on white privilege and black history stating “if racial equity is to be an achievable goal” then students should be required to take courses on the topics before they graduate. Walton refers to “white blindness” as no accident that public k-12 schools perpetuate a “white blindness” culture by not “requiring white students to contend with history in an inclusive, critical way. Although Walton claims a “small handful of white students in the class usually learn the most”.
Vincent Flewellen chief diversity officer at Webster University in St.Louis has plans for a new program based on a book, titled, “Witnessing Whiteness: The need to talk about race and how to do it”. The YWCA (a Christian Organization) initially began the program, which requires participants to be white. Flewellen previously brought a “Witnessing Whiteness” program to Washington University in St.Lous. According to YWCA racial justice director Mary Ferguson, there are currently 16 “Witnessing Whiteness” groups that meet regularly and a dozen more that might start meeting this year.
Antioch University professor Cheri Gurse and Fielding Graduate University Dean for Academic Affairs Steven Schapiro hosted a screening of a film titled “Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible”. With the narrative of the film, the hosting professor explained “Racism and white privilege both function at the personal level, the interpersonal level, institutional and systemic levels of society”. “The shame is too deep to look at,” one interviewee said while the film displayed images of a lynching and a black man with a scarred back, “Please don't make me look at this”.
Camtab, Associate Professor George Ciccariello-Maher teaches Politics and Global Studies at Drexel University in Philadelphia. On the eve of Christmas 2016 (a Communist obviously infuriated with capitalism) humbug George exploded, writing the following anti-White tweet on Twitter. In 2016 Ciccariello-Maher had at the time tweeted over sixteen thousand times on Twitter accumulating a following influence of over ten thousand subscribers. He also spews his Marxist rhetoric (which he self describes as radical theory) in visitation at U.C. Berkeley, San Quentin State Prison, and the Venezuelan School of Planning in Caracas.
Inconsolable with instilled rage George Ciccariello-Maher breaks his silence, overwhelmed by criticality he reveals the historical Dominican / Jesuit agenda. Neighbouring Hati, the Dominican Republic is a mud bath of miscegenation.
One of the subjects Ciccariello-Maher teaches is “how race is associated with suspicion and guilt”. His ‘radical’ theories have spawned the pages of leftist publications such as Counterpunch and MediaLeft with ‘academic’ articles having also appeared in the Journal of Black Studies.
In response to criticism, Ciccariello-Maher asserts that his Genocidal tweets are merely satirical about an ‘imaginary concept’ of white genocide.
Cohen is an American sociologist. He is a Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland, College Park, and director of SocArXiv, an open archive of the social sciences. In a February Twitter account tweet he wrote “It's hard for us all to coordinate our stories sometimes, so it appears there are disagreements among us. Fortunately, we all agree on the most important issues; eradicating whiteness and undermining its civilizations”.
Professor, Sociologist at Hunter College Jessie Daniels believes that white people should not bother having families; obviously surmising that to ‘solve the problem’ whites should not be procreating at all. Such arrogance to the fact that White people now make up less than 10% of the world's population renders her tweets as heading towards a ‘final solution’. Amongst being Anti-white and Jewish, Daniels is also a self-described ‘expert on race, racism, and technology’, an aspiring New York Times best-selling memoirist and an internationally recognized expert in Internet expressions of racism.
ED… These two comments suggests a working intent to breach article 2nd of the United Nations Crime on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide 1948
Daniels writes a scholarly blog, Racism Review, with architect of white guilt Joe Feagin (Feagin is a variant spelling of Fagin or Fagan, oh, how uncanny!) which boasts two hundred thousand visitors each month and receiving over three point two million visitors since it began.
ASU Faculty Associate Robert Poe when taking part in a ‘teach in’ to promote the latter course exclaimed “I advocate violence against racists when they mobilize politically”. When asked by an interviewer if he’d had ever used violence to those he deemed ‘racist’ Poe replied, “I have”. Robert Poe listed as teaching classes on Justice Studies, Welfare, and Immigration at ASU.
In Spring of 2015 Damon Sajnani, anti-White assistant Professor in UW-Madison’s African Cultural Studies at Arizona State University (ASU) taught a course entitled “U.S. Race Theory and the Problem of Whiteness”. In December 2016, two Wisconsin legislators asked the University of Wisconsin to fire Sajnani and cancel his course, citing “adding to the polarization of the races in the state” and that the course unfairly premised White people as racist.
A brief description of how Damon Sajnani teaching course asserts white people:
Boston University professor Saida Grundy teaches sociology and African-American studies but is more infamous known by her controversial anti-White tweets on Twitter. Grundy has stated that she attempts to avoid shopping at “white owned businesses” and also that “white men are a population problem”. Further, tweets included “White masculinity is THE problem for America’s colleges,” and “Deal with your white s**t, white people. Slavery is a *YALL* thing,”.
Johnny Eric Williams is a sociology professor at Connecticut Trinity College, teaches the topics of race and racism. In June 2017, the professor fled the state after calling white people “inhuman assholes” stating on both Facebook and Twitter “put end to the vectors of their destructive mythology of whiteness and their white supremacy system #LetThemFuckingDie.” A Republican House Leader and State Senator have since called for the removal of the Professor.
Chad Shomura is a assistant Professor of Political Science at University of Colorado Denver, Shomura was teaching a course of America Political Thought when he explained to the students in the room that most traditional “American Political Thought” courses are too focused on the achievements of white men. As a consequence, he exclaimed that he had removed every single white male and their theoretical perspectives from the entire course curriculum.
Cheryl Matias is an Associate Professor at University of Colorado Denver. Matias in spring 2017 taught a course entitled "Problematizing Whiteness: Educating for Racial Justice” to both Graduates and Undergraduates. Some required readings for the course are learning to be White, White Out: The Continuing Significance of Racism, and an article titled “Sweet Little (White) Girls”? Sex and Fantasy Across the Colour Line and the Contestation of Patriarchal White Supremacy.
Jane Caputi, Professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Florida Atlantic University, told Oxygen.com that Bundy "has been wrongly mythologized — largely due to his ‘white male privilege.’" “[Bundy] never got into the law school he wanted to,” Caputi said. “He was a nose-picker, a nail bitter, not well liked as a child, he tortured frogs — his own opinion of himself preceded everything and the media did just buy that.”.
Daniel Barret, professor and chair of West Connecticut State University's psychology department, in a piece titled “Race Traitor?” the professor states that “whiteness needs to go away” claiming that if “whiteness” is based on “the increasing destruction of the environment” and the “total demolition of value,” specifically “truth, integrity, honesty, defence of the common good, common sense, love broadly construed, recognition of the inherent humanity of other, and so on” then the concept “should be allowed to dissolve into oblivion, erode into nothingness.”. The professor claims that he is “blinded by his on “whiteness”.
Dr. Donald Moss is a private psychoanalyst from New York and program chair for The American Psychoanalytic Association. Moss argues in his tour speaking presentation entitled “On Having Whiteness” that Whiteness “is parasitic in that it is contagious, passed on by other infected people,” and that “biologically 'white' people have a particular susceptibility to ‘Whiteness.'”. In short, Moss argues that Whiteness is a mental condition people acquire by being born White.
Diane J. Goodman, Ed.D. has been an educator, trainer, and consultant on diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice issues for over three decades. Diane has done training and consulting a wide range of organizations, universities, schools, and community groups, and has been a professor at several universities. A particular focus of her work is on addressing racism, whiteness, and racial justice, and facilitating anti-racism groups for white people.
Sociology Yale University professor claimed that Christian homeschooling is often “a major vector of White Christian Nationalism.” Gorski wrote the critique on Twitter after retweeting an advertisement for a Christian school from 1975. The advertisement emphasized that the school had “no hippies,” as children were expected to maintain “neatness of appearance, proper length of hair for boys, and right attitudes toward elders.” Students were also taught about the “sacredness of hard work.” The school also boasted that students were “taught to love America” and that patriotism is “a part of our program.”.
CA seminary professor has written a prayer in which she asks God to help her “hate White people,” “Dear God, Please help me to hate White people,” opens the prayer, written by Chanequa Walker-Barnes, an associate professor of practical theology at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia. “Or at least to want to hate them. At least, I want to stop caring about them, individually and collectively. She also asks the Lord for the “permission and desire to hate” the White people who claim “the progressive label, but who are really wolves in sheep’s clothing.”.
Morell, Associate Superintendent for Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Initiatives at Buffalo Schools, developed a new antiracism curriculum and told teachers they must become “woke” and achieve “critical consciousness,” a Marxist pedagogical concept training students to identify and subvert their oppressors. In a presentation to teachers, Morell claimed that America “is built on racism” and that “America’s sickness” leads some whites to believe that black people are “not human,” which makes it “easier to shoot [them] in the back seven times if you feel like it.”.
Aruna Khilanani as a guest lecturer at Yale University, one of the most prestigious universities in America, claimed in a presentation that she had fantasies of shooting white people. New York psychiatrist Aruna Khilanani gave a lecture at Yale’s Child Study Centre titled ‘The Psychopathic Problem of the White Mind,’ in which she had this to say to an audience of practitioners and child mental health experts: “I had fantasies of unloading a revolver into the head of any white person that got in my way, burying their body, and wiping my bloody hands as I walked away relatively guiltless with a bounce in my step. Like I did the world a f**king favour.”.
Richard Steigmann-Gall, a (Jewish) associate professor of “modern European history” at Kent State University attempted to justify the genocide of White people on Twitter stating: “Demographic hysteria over a “majoirty-minority” country, something that in the minds of the most fevered white nationalist will allegedly lead to “White Genocide,” once again proving that it has religious identity at its core. A horror born of projected guilt never dies” furthermore he additionally stated replying himself: “Reaping what you've sown for four-hundred years. Imagine that.”.
Abdul-Malik Ryan is the Assistant Director of Religious Diversity and Pastoral Care at Depaul University in Chicago, Illinois. Ryan has routinely posted on his Twitter account that America a white supremacist nation. Abdul-Malik Ryan has also quoted convicted cop killer, H. Rap Brown, also known as Jamil Al-Amin, stating that: “Allah holds Islam out to us, and it is a serious thing. We are not going to stay standing still, we are either going up or down” and “Racism and xenophobia are just as American as baseball and apple pie”. Ryan converted to Islam in 1994 accrediting heavy influence from Malcolm X (Nation of Islam).
Adam Kotsko is an associate visiting professor at North Central College. In a deleted tweet, Kotsko expressed sympathy for terrorists involved in the Charlie Hebdo attacks, they murder twelve cartoonists and injured an additional eleven. Kotsko stated that the attack was no different from someone punching a Westboro Baptist preacher. Kotsko frequently claims that multiple aspects of our government are founded on racism and that all white people, regardless if anyone in their lineage owned slaves, are complicit in slavery. Kotsko is asked by one of his Twitter followers what white people should do next, Kotsko replies, “Commit suicide.” Kotsko continues, stating that “whiteness” exists solely to exploit other races.
Anthea Butler is an Associate Professor of Africana and Religious Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. The core of Butler’s popular authorship is her allegations of the overlap between evangelicalism and white supremacy, having written a book entitled, White Evangelical Racism explaining this indictment. Interviewing on "Act. tv," she claims that the history of Christianity in the United States is interwoven with the institution of slavery and support of the Ku Klux Klan. During the same interview, Butler claims that evangelicals believe that that police are “ordained” by God to kill black people.
Dr. Anthony Macula is a Professor of Mathematics at SUNY-Geneseo. He tried to publicly shame school community members that had supported Trump. Around 600 employees at the university received the e-mail, asking them if they supported white supremacy.
Asao Inoue is a professor and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Equity, and Inclusion in the College of Integrative Science and Arts at Arizona State University. Inoue commissioned an anti-racist poster in an effort to ensure that his staff did not “embrace racist practices.” Inoue maintains that racism is embedded in the English language as well as in society itself, writing that “racism is the normal condition of things.”. Inoue writes that his goal is to help students become more critical of “unjust language structures” to succeed in what Inoue claims is a racist society.
Dr. Bettina Aptheker is a Professor and Presidential Co-Chair, Feminist Critical Race & Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Aptheker was raised by well-known members of the Communist party and then continued membership into her adult life, including being a leader of Leftist groups at her college as a student in the 1960s. She currently teaches feminist studies and calls her teaching philosophy “revolutionary praXis”. The goal of this style is to subvert the traditional “male-centered” teaching methodology and replace it with a “woman-centered perspective.” Aptheker was a delegate to the June 1964 founding convention of the W.E.B. DuBois Clubs, a Communist Party-sponsored youth organization, held in San Francisco.
Bill Mullen is a professor of English and American Studies at Purdue University. As stated in his university profile, he specializes in “American Literature and Studies, African American Studies, Cultural Studies, Working-Class Studies, Critical Race Theory, and Marxist Theory.” Mullen is also the co-founder of a national, campus-based ANTIFA organization. As part of the Campus Antifascist Network (CAN), an ANTIFA-aligned group for university academics, Mullen described his role as “to drive racists off campuses and to protect the most vulnerable from fascist attack.”.
Dr. Bruce Cumings is a Professor of History at the University of Chicago. Dr. Cumings placed most of the blame of North Korea’s problems on the United States, while also whitewashing problems in Korea. For example, Cumings denies the existence of a massive famine in North Korea in the 1990s. Cumings blames the United States for North Korea’s problems, not Communism.
Catherine Prendergast is a Professor of English and an affiliate of the Russian East-European, and Eurasian Center at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (REEEC). In a tweet, Prendergast states that the reason that we do not have socialism in America is due to “racism”. Pendergast also refers to conservatives as Nazis. In a thread of tweets, Prendergast refers to conservatives and Trump supporters as “Nazis” that should not have a place in law enforcement.
Fatima Cody Stanford is an obesity medicine physician scientist, educator, and policymaker at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. In 2021 Stanford attended the online WPC with keynote: “The truth of white supremacy, white privilege and other forms of oppression needs to be told from another perspective”.
Robin Jeanne DiAngelo is currently an Affiliate Associate Professor of Education at the University of Washington. DiAngelo is also an American author, consultant, and facilitator working in the fields of critical discourse analysis and whiteness studies. In 2021 Standford attended the online WPC with keynote: “The truth of white supremacy, white privilege and other forms of oppression needs to be told from another perspective”.
April Baker-Bell, associate Professor of Language, Literacy, and English Education at Michigan State University, argued that the idea of Standard English among teachers is used to maintain racist assumptions about “Black language.” Bell stated it is evident that “anti-Blackness that is used to diminish black language of Black students in classrooms is not separate from the rampant and deliberate anti-black racism and violence inflicted upon black people in society.” “Teacher attitudes include assumptions that Black students are somehow linguistically, morally, and intellectually inferior because they communicate in Black language,” said Bell.
Cristina Sánchez-Martín is Assistant Professor of English at Indiana University of Pennsylvania; she stated that her efforts are designed to contribute to “undoing Whiteness” in university students’ writing. “The repeated references to 'correct grammar' and 'standard language' reinforce master narratives of English only as White and monolingualism and a deficit view of multilingualism,” said Sánchez-Martín.
Asatar Bair, an assistant professor of economics at Riverside City College, came under fire for praising of one of the most blood-soaked, tyrannical figures in history: Joseph Stalin. Bair is a self-described Marxist, but most communists draw a line well clear of Stalin, who was responsible for killing millions. In tweets, Bair expressed his support for Stalin as “a very successful revolutionary, a great contributor to Marxist theory” and “one of the great leaders of the 20th [Century].” He added, Stalin was also a “great listener and collaborator during discussions.”
C. Christine Fair, associate professor in the Security Studies Program within the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University (who is Jewish) has stated that White men deserve “miserable deaths,” and other vile anti-White rhetoric known as LoXism. She tweeted that “entitled white men” defending Suupreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh “deserve miserable deaths while feminists laugh as they take their last gasps” and “Bonus: we castrate their corpses and feed them to swine? Yes.” she added at the end.
Michelle Leete is a federal employee who is also Vice President of Training at the Virginia state PTA and Vice President of Communications for the Fairfax County PTA. Leete resigned after she was heard in a video saying “Let them die,”; Leete said she did not mean to wish death on parents opposed to teaching race history in schools. Instead, she hoped the parents' right-wing “ideals” would die. Leete is also listed as first vice president of the Fairfax County NAACP.
Professor Sam Richards (Sociology and Criminology) of Pennsylvania State University teaches “SOC119: Race and Ethnic Relations” at Penn State University, which is a class with over 700 students. During one of the classes, Richards brings on two White students to berate them and make them feel guilty, Richards tells White student Brian that just by breathing and leaving his house, Brian has likely oppressed poor non-White victims.
Only one conclusion to CRT, Coerced Miscegenation.
Derek Hook, Professor of Psychology at Duquesne University (a Catholic University) defended the quote “white people should commit suicide as an ethical act” as an “opportunity” to “castrate whiteness” as part of an “anti-racist” discussion on “nice white therapists” held by American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work (AAPCSW).
Dr Becca Ciancanelli at the University of Colorado Boulder teaches faculty and graduate students to reject “neoliberal” concepts of time, as well as to avoid “cultural norms of white supremacy” like “sense of urgency” and “individualism” in their classrooms. Several of the suggestions for decolonizing relate to academic standards. “Critique the (white western masculine) disembodied rationality focus of the educational system,” one item reads. Another says “question the need for mastery, certainty, and perfection.”