The oppression economy banks on professional victimhood and imaginary struggles.
After progressives study history, they might want to consider looking in the mirror.
‘Students will not demean or stereotype anyone’
Why do white people ‘freak out’ when accused of ‘white privilege,’ anyway?
‘To not see black or Latina women as famous in my industry is crazy!’
‘I come before someone else: people of color and black people in particular.’
‘You have nothing to be proud of for being smart’
‘A form of bragging’
‘We welcome students with little exposure to concepts of White privilege…’
‘…explicit racist messages have steadily increased since 2010.’
‘I can be pretty sure that my neighbors will be neutral or pleasant to me wherever I choose to live’
‘There will be opportunities for the GVSU committee to get involved…’
‘I hope…to reduce the impact of ‘white privilege’ in our daily interactions…’
‘…minority students felt marginalized by quiet, imposing masculine paneling…’
‘This practice is detrimental to Pomona’s goal of supporting students of color’
‘If you really care about diversity, if you really care about inclusion…’
‘I have to own my white privilege and my station in society.’
‘I can be late to a meeting without having the lateness reflect on my race’
This is not a joke. This is a real thing
Lockard would prefer that white students use their white privilege to bring other white students in line…