The College of New Jersey held a series of events on their campus, one of which discussed white “fright,” or the fear that white people have of other people.
Topic: white privilege
A liberal arts college in Carlisle, Pennsylvania is embroiled in a controversy when one of its students slammed white male students for over-participating in classroom discussions.
A controversial teaching assistant at the University of Georgia, who said that ‘some white people may have to die’ is okay, now has a defender in the form of the university union.
California State University-San Marcos has a course and a seminar class on analyzing what it means to be white.
An Oregon teacher takes issue with assertions made by her students but perhaps for the wrong reason.
Santa Clara University had a display in one of their dorm halls that warns white students to know how to “understand your privilege” and to use this “privilege” to call out racial microaggressions.
A college course requires its students to attend the annual “White Privilege Conference” in order to get credit for the course, because the course’s materials build up to the conference and its workshops.
Two college professors at the University of Colorado-Denver asserted science teachers have to combat “whiteness” in their classrooms.
At least that’s what a high school principal found out after trying to hold a discussion on it timed to Martin Luther King Day.
Shreena Gandhi, a religious studies professor at Michigan State University, claimed that white students who do yoga are enjoying a “system of oppression.”