Ten Examples of Anti-White Rhetoric at Colleges

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Written by Spencer Irvine

‘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’

Article originally published at Academia.org.