Ten Examples of Anti-White Rhetoric at Colleges

‘White privilege’ is an oft-used term at colleges nowadays, which alleges that white Americans have an internal privilege complex that demeans other ethnicities and races by exerting supremacy. Here are ten examples of anti-white rhetoric on our college campuses:

  1. Cal-Berkeley students prevented white people from crossing a pedestrian bridge on-campus
  2. University of Wisconsin runs into trouble with ‘Problem with Whiteness’ course
  3. Columbia University barred white students from going to a no-whites-allowed student retreat
  4. Ohio State had a ‘Racism 101’ course to teach white students about white privilege
  5. University of Colorado-Denver has a course called “Problematizing Whiteness”
  6. Cal-State San Marcos held a ‘Whiteness Forum’ to look at white privilege
    http://www.academia.org/california-university-held-whiteness-forum-to-look-at-white-privilege/
  7. University of Vermont had an all-white ‘White Privilege’ retreat for students to talk about how to reverse it
  8. Pomona College started an all-white club to combat white privilege
  9. Arizona State University hosted founder of ‘white privilege conference’ for students
  10. SUNY-Binghampton had a RA (resident assistant) campaign called ‘Stop White People 2K16’

5 thoughts on “Ten Examples of Anti-White Rhetoric at Colleges

  • January 3, 2017 at 3:57 am
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    The solution to such outrages is to base Federally Guaranteed Student Loans and Grants ENTIRELY ON MERIT: Some truly objective criteria — such as S.A.T. scores — would be ideal.

    This would thin the ranks of so-called “higher education” of all those Black Studies Majors, who already slept through12 years of futile attempts to educate them.

    It would also have the beneficial effect of reducing tuition costs, by reducing the number of dollars “chasing” a college “education.” It should also introduce a lot of “Stepford Children” to the real world of work…

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  • January 7, 2017 at 6:54 am
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    Not surprising that the reaction to this campus illiberalism is the rise in the ranks of the alt-right of those under 30 years of age.

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  • January 12, 2017 at 7:52 am
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    A pertinent speech about activism on college campuses.

    Matt Heimbach at the 2013 CofCC National Conference

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  • January 27, 2017 at 8:05 pm
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    “Communists of Color” and their race-traitor allies are creating the next generation of Paleo-conservatives, Nationalists and Patriots, in addition to other members of the “Alt-Right”…

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