USC Professor: I Stand Behind My Tweets about Trump and Destroying Whiteness

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University of Southern California professor Charles H.F. Davis defended his recent tweets that slammed President Donald Trump and called for violence to destroy whiteness. He works as an assistant professor of clinical education and Chief Strategy Officer and Director of Research of the USC Race and Equity Center.

He e-mailed The College Fix the following:

“Yes, I stand behind my statements against white supremacy, heterosexism and homophobia, and patriarchy as systems of oppression, all of which are both embodied and advanced by the violent and dehumanizing rhetoric and policy decisions of the current President of the United States,” Davis said.

 

One Response

  1. Steven C Butterbaugh

    November 1, 2017 11:04 am

    In terms of knowledge, there is no such thing as racism. 2+2=4 is not racist nor a product of racism. In a free country, a citizen is free to pursue any course of action he desires, including learning, with the exception of violating another’s equal rights to own property and pursue his ends. The Emerson College Students do not want freedom. In a free country, how do they put themselves out of such misery? Well, they could originate some ideas of their own and show them to be true.

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