Modern academia is engulfed in a wave of encouraged bigotry and outright black supremacy. While the sins of the Jim Crow past are shameful blights upon our nation’s history, as a source of historical vengeance, modern academia has committed itself to a reemergence of bigotry and intolerance based on the color of peoples’ skin.
This time, however, Caucasians are the target of rampant discrimination and racial hatred.
Mizzou erupted last year in protests and outlandish political grandstanding. It soon devolved into a putrid strain of outright bigotry as students of color and their guilty, white liberal counterparts offered demands for the institution of policies recognizing racial supremacy of minority races on campus.
They even went so far as to institute segregation on campus with whites banned from specific areas designated black “healing spaces.”
Prominent leaders of the Black Lives Matter “movement” have even called for the extermination of whites for their supposed complicity in racial disharmony. While such calls cannot be aptly described as the main messaging point of Black Lives Matter, those who espouse such twisted ideologies are not purged from the ranks of the “movement” nor are they denounced.
Colleges across the country have worked to bow to demands and the latest casualty of this race conflict comes from the hippy haven of Portland, Oregon, where Portland Community College (PCC) has announced that in celebration of this vile black supremacist ideology, they will be hosting a month-long event dedicated to “whiteness” shaming.
PCC has designated April to be “Whiteness History Month,” a month dedicated to exploring how the “construct of whiteness” has propagated racial inequality.
“‘Whiteness History Month: Context, Consequences, and Change’ is a multidisciplinary, district-wide, educational project examining race and racism through an exploration of the construction of whiteness, its origins, and heritage,” The PCC website states. “Scheduled for the month of April 2016, the project seeks to inspire innovative and practical solutions to community issues and social problems that stem from racism.”
If the “whiteness history month” moniker confuses you, the college makes it clear that this is not a celebration of whiteness- like a “heritage month.” God forbid that white people feel proud of their ancestry or heritage…
Instead, the college claims that the shaming event is “an effort to change our campus climate” by “[challenging] the master narrative of race and racism through an exploration of the social construction of whiteness.”
PCC explains that “Challenging the master narrative is a strategy within higher education that promotes multicultural education and equity.” Of course, challenging the prevailing “all whites are bigots” narrative is likely not allowable.
If you are not white, don’t worry; you can still sacrifice yourself upon the alter of racial hatred. The school explains that “whiteness” “does not simply refer to skin color[,] but [to] an ideology based on beliefs, values, behaviors, habits, and attitudes, which result in the unequal distribution of power and privilege based on skin color.”
Those who are “socially deemed white,” the school alleges, are afforded privileges and those privileges “are accrued at the expense of people of color, namely in how people of color are systemically and prejudicially denied equal access to those material benefits.”
The school stresses that students are encouraged to consider “alternatives to a culture of white supremacy … approaches and strategies to dismantling whiteness … [and] the roles and responsibilities of white people and people of color in dismantling whiteness.”
In essence, white people who are going into massive debt to afford the ever-rising tuition and massive fees associated with higher education are now doing so in order to be treated like second-rate citizens while being taught that they are bigots and that the only moral way forward is to spend each day apologizing and shaming oneself upon the alter of rabid bigotry that masquerades as political correctness.