“And my interpretation is that he is talking about, ‘Imagine everyone living together in peace,’ that would be, not necessarily a perfect world, but a good world,” Harrison said. “And how do we get to that good world is the question? A world without conflict. And to me, my interpretation of these words is it would be a world for the U.S. without whiteness, in terms of the power structure.”
According to the college’s website, there are definite distinction between “white” and “whiteness.”
Whereas “white” is defined as “a term describing people, refers to light skinned people of European descent,” the term “whiteness” is defined as “the construction of the white race, white culture, and the system of privileges and advantages afforded to white people in the U.S. [and across the globe] through government policies, media portrayal, decision-making power within our corporations, schools, judicial systems, etc.”
Okay, so this guy is definitely serious. This is the part of the article where most would write about "reverse racism" or anti-white sentiment. I get it, that's the low-hanging fruit. I'd prefer to get back to basics. Let's review "Racism 101" and identify what racism a
is, shall we?
See, contrary to this professor or the “Black Lives Matter” movement’s constant, false
of racism, what's exhibited here is
A white guy refusing to “check his privilege”? Not racist.