A university professor who once tweeted that all he wished for Christmas was a ‘white genocide,’ has now resigned due to harassment by right-wing online mobs, according to the professor.
Topic: Drexel University
‘White Genocide’ Professor to Speak at ‘Decolonization’ Event at Amherst College
The Drexel professor who once called for a “white genocide” is slated to speak at an event on “decolonization” at Amherst College.
Drexel Faculty Investigates Conduct by Professor after Tweet about Airline Passenger Giving Up Seat for Uniformed Soldier
Drexel professor George Ciccariello-Maher is in trouble again, this time for tweeting about an American soldier getting a seat on an airplane. He got in trouble last December for tweeting he wanted a white genocide for Christmas.
The Right has become “Intrusive” on College Campuses
One college professor is worried about the increasingly “intrusive” nature of conservative and libertarian-leaning activists on college campuses. David Theo Goldberg, a professor of comparative literature, anthropology, criminology, law and society at the University of…
Did Drexel University ‘White Genocide’ Professor get Favorable Media Coverage?
From The College Fix: At a time when the American media invokes little sense of trust in the public, alongs comes a major Philadelphia news outlet to offer up a heartfelt look at the local professor…
No Action Taken against Drexel Professor who Tweeted about ‘White Genocide’ Wish
From Campus Reform: Drexel initially denounced the tweet, calling it “utterly reprehensible” and “deeply disturbing,” yet on Thursday released a statement calling Ciccariello-Maher’s language “protected speech” that should not be “taken at face value.” “Very often electronic…
Drexel Professor Tweeted on Christmas Eve that ‘All I Want for Christmas is White Genocide’
A professor tweeted out, on Christmas Eve no less, that he wants a ‘white genocide’. Now he claimed it’s a joke gone wrong.
After South Carolina School Cop Incident, Drexel Professor Tweeted Cop should be ‘Done In”
The professor’s tweet was in reference to the Old Yeller story, where a dog has to be put down.