Whiteness Forum at Cal State San Marcos

Whiteness Forum at Cal State San Marcos

The ever-increasing government footprint in higher education means that taxpayers end up financing ever more moonbattery like the Whiteness Forum hosted at Cal State San Marcos last Thursday:

A “white beauty standard” display stated “we are studying the white hegemonic ideals of the beauty industry.” Another asked “who does whiteness say that you are,” noting “whiteness studies” is defined as “the study of the system of white dominion in our society with a focus on ideologies of white supremacy as collective, rather than white individuals.”

For some reason, they never study the Chinese dominion of society in China. As recently as 1990, the U.S. population was over 80% white; even after importing non-whites from the Third World on a massive scale for an entire generation, about three in four Americans is a hated white.

A “Make America White Again” display included an image of Donald Trump’s baseball hat and argued his campaign has led to a wave of hate crimes.

It sure has. Whether any of them are not hoaxes is unclear.

Another symptom of whiteness is rule of law:

A “Whiteness in the Court” project explained “the law is a tool used by dominant groups, those that have the social, political and economic power, to represent their interests and reflect their values to maintain their privileged position over subordinate groups.”

Lifting crappy neighborhoods out of poverty by renovating or starting businesses in them is also a form of white oppression, as is transporting oil to provide energy needs, to judge from displays entitled “Gentrification Is the New Colonialism” and “Stand Up for Standing Rock.”

“Students learn best when they actually do something as opposed to just hear something,” said Professor Dreama Moon, who teaches the communications class called “Communicating Whiteness.” Every year for the last 13 years, students have created projects to pull together the forum as part of the class, she said.

For 13 years she has been passing off this hate whitey arts & crafts B.S. as somehow relevant to a college education. That should not be possible.

But then, the purpose isn’t education. It is to “help eradicate” white supremacy/whiteness, a scourge so out of control that it has infected even sacred Persons of Color, according to the syllabus:

“Remember that no one, regardless of color, escapes whiteness altogether. Many of the values and privileges of whiteness are built into academic discourse, law, education, and other social systems. Whiteness is even deeply connected to the identity formation of U.S. people of color as well as white folks,” states the syllabus, a copy of which was obtained by The College Fix.

An example might be the use of soap, electricity, refrigeration, indoor plumbing, the Internet, cars, air travel, et cetera. Since most benefits of modern life were invented by whites, making use of them would presumably make someone of any race complicit in the abomination that is European Civilization.

Professor Dreama Moonbat at a sick shrine to moonbattery.

On tips from Rob E and Everyday President. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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