‘The Problem Of Whiteness 101’ Now Taught In Ivy League Schools

Yes, this is a real thing. The University of Wisconsin-Madison (which is a “Public Ivy” school) now teaches a course on how to hate white people.

This taxpayer-funded college class aims to “understand how whiteness is socially constructed and experienced in order to help dismantle white supremacy”, as if white supremacy is seriously still a major issue today.

The description of the course also references a quote that calls upon “well-meaning whites” to ask one another, “what is it like to be a problem?”

Not only is this disgusting rhetoric being shoved down impressionable freshmen’s throats, but it’s being done with taxpayer dollars at one of the oldest schools in the country.

According to the left’s own arguments, it is this kind of inflammatory rhetoric that leads to racial disharmony, violence, and further polarization between the races.

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It’s literally teaching a whole classroom of impressionable young people to hate white people.

Stories like this reinforce the fact that we never “fixed” racism, we just reversed it, and radicalized it.

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