In 1978, the significant Regents of the University of California v. Bakke case brought the term “diversity” into the lexicon of higher education. Although the Court found that the medical school at the University of California at Davis had used…
Topic: white supremacy
In April, the Hammer Museum at the University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA) promoted an online concert that featured Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, but it curiously omitted Cullors’s Black Lives Matter connection. Cullors, whose…
The controversial University of Georgia teaching assistant claimed that he declined to be placed under “permanent probation” and will face the administration in a formal hearing.
A Notre Dame professor claimed that pro-life activists are white supremacists, in comments during a ‘Reverse Roe’ event on the college campus.
An art historian claimed that European art has been used to support white supremacist beliefs, which means museums should reconsider featuring European art in their exhibits.
The material known as felt is apparently linked to white supremacy and queer theory, per one professor in Canada.
A college professor at Linfield College has a checklist for people to see if they are white supremacists.
Protesters at Harvard University called President Trump’s Department of Education Secretary Betsy Devos a “white supremacist,” without providing proof except for her Caucasian heritage.
Scholar Charles Murray was called a “white nationalist” by Harvard students, who do not agree with the premise of his 1994 book on nature-vs.-nurture in ethnic groups.
Public museums and memorials allegedly promote ‘white heterosexual male supremacy,’ two college professors claimed.