Racist Much? Univ. of Wisconsin Offers Class on 'Problem of Whiteness'
Apparently there's a big problem among places of "higher learning..." Not the safe-spaced, genderless problems one might think though (see UofM Comforts 'Traumatized' Pro-Hillary Students... With Legos and Play-Doh?! and Oxford University Now FORCING Students to Use Genderless Pronouns). Nay, according to University of Wisconsin, this problem is significantly bigger and whiter...
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is offering a class next year called "The Problem of Whiteness" that will explore how white people "consciously and unconsciously perpetuate institutional racism."
"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.'"
UW sought to address racial issues in other ways recently, as well, launching a program called Our Wisconsin through which 1,000 freshmen attended a pair of two-and-a-half hour cultural competency workshops intended to explore appropriate ways for ethnic minorities and majorities to interact.
Interesting. If I recall, white-dread-locked dudes don't tend to fair too well at universities (see College Employee Assaults White Student... for 'Racist' Dreadlocks). But mayhaps a special exception was made for this professor. After all, the point of the course seems to be to alienate oneself from phantom "whiteness." I hear Rachel Dolezal is a fan.
The obvious problem here is the boatloads of racism going on. Telling one to purge oneself of their skin tone's natural color doesn't scream "tolerance" to me. But what do I know? I'm just exerting my white privilege, after all.
Universities have been progressing into thoughtless diarrhea dungeons. Hence these types of courses are commonplace among them. If I could theorize for just a teensy second, perhaps courses like these are why college admissions at wantonly stupid schools are on the decline. Just spitballing.
By the way, for people so concerned with race on campus, you'd think they would be concerned with racism leveled against all people. But the blatant discrimination going on against Asian-American students in college admissions? Meh. Not melanated enough. Thanks, "progress..."