Recently, at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, an assistant professor from the University of Pittsburgh had a political message to deliver to the students. Dr. Shanara Reid-Brinkley's presentation was called this long-worded title: “Anti-Blackness and the Political: Millennials, Black Intellectuals, and the Re-shaping of American Politics.” In her talks, she suggested that blacks had less liberty in America now that President Donald Trump had replaced Barack Obama in the Oval Office.
“I think that we’re all screwed because white people are in charge,” she said. The Blaze has more about her intellectually stimulating ideas:
Reid-Brinkley said that because democracy was built on anti-blackness, black people will never have the same freedoms as whites. She also alleged that white people are to blame for issues, such as global warming, genocide, and colonization and that none of these “problems” will be solved until black people — not white people— are in charge.
I'm old enough to remember when colleges attempted to open the minds of their students by at least pretending to present different lines of thought to them. However, the left has been seized by such hysterical anti-Trump fervor, college these days has become one gigantic pity party over the 2016 election. They are so blinded by their own bias that they think it's perfectly accepted that a professor gets up in front of students and suggests that an entire race of people is unfit for public office.
Why are places of higher education so intolerant and bigoted? When will parents stop shelling out the money to send their kids to indoctrination factories? The cost of out-of-state tuition to the University of Pittsburgh: $29,758. The cost of out-of-state tuition to the University of Wisconsin in Madison: $32,738.
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