anti-white racism

University of Georgia: TA Who Said ‘White People Might Have to Die’ Did Not Violate Code of Conduct

A judiciary panel at the University of Georgia has concluded that a teaching assistant and graduate student who came under scrutiny last January for making racially charged statements did not violate the student code of conduct. The graduate student had been accused of purposefully omitting a trespassing arrest from his UGA admissions application, among other allegations.

University of Georgia TA Irami Osei-Frimpong

Trinity College Professor: ‘Whiteness Is Terrorism’

Controversial Trinity College Professor Johnny Eric Williams wrote that “whiteness is terrorism” in a recent social media post. Underscoring the extremism present on many college campuses, Williams claimed his comments are “not controversial in the academy.”

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Report: Wake Forest University Hosts Segregated ‘Listening Sessions’ to Advance ‘Inclusiveness’

Faculty and staff at Wake Forest University are hosting racially segregated “listening sessions” in an attempt to advance inclusivity, according to a report by the College Fix. This action is being taken in response to students and staff calling on university officials to adopt a zero-tolerance policy for “white supremacy” which they allege has plagued the campus via Instagram posts and yearbook photos from the 1980s.

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University of Kansas to Offer Course on ‘Angry White Male Studies’

The University of Kansas will be offering a new course called “Angry White Male Studies” beginning in the 2019 fall semester. The course is said to examine the “angry white male” and the “deeper sources of this emotional state while evaluating recent manifestations of male anger.”

Salisbury White Privilege Presentation

University at Buffalo SUNY to Host ‘Whiteness of American Architecture’ Symposium

The University of Buffalo, SUNY is hosting a symposium in April called the “The Whiteness of American Architecture” for the purpose of discussing “a critical history of the white cultural nationalisms” and “the renewed sense of white nativism and the rise of white nationalist groups” now that President Donald Trump has been elected.

The Empire State BuildininNew York, opened in May 1931, stands at 443 metres (1,454 feet) high and was once the world's tallest building

IUPUI Segregates Students for ‘White Racial Literacy Project’

Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) is hosting a “White Racial Literacy Project” aimed at making white students aware that they have racist thoughts and unknowingly commit racist acts. Events are racially segregated, in which speakers are expected to help white students understand how they can change.

Salisbury White Privilege Presentation