Racial Hypocrisy at OSU: You Don’t Have to Be White to Understand Whiteness


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In a sociology course at Ohio State University, students are being asked to discuss white privilege and answer the question, “What does it mean to be white in the United States?” According to the syllabus, you don’t have to be white to answer that question, which is a very hypocritical conclusion.

Racial activists are constantly lecturing that it’s not possible to understand the “black experience” unless you are an African-American. But apparently when it comes to understanding what it means to be a white person, any race can do that.

If you’ve been following the news, you know that OSU has a lot of SJW problems.

  • It’s a Black thing – You wouldn’t understand.

    • Martin B

      It’s easy to understand – the fucking scumbags want us to grovel and hand over our money.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Why are the deep thoughts of a group with an average IQ of only 85 too imponderable for the rest of us?
    I keep forgetting that part.

  • David Smith

    What does it mean to be white in the United States?

    You can change your colour to nice golden brown in summer.

  • Surele Surele

    Watch out!!!! My dinner is on it’s way back.

  • simus1

    marxism is bad enough but these total dullards seem to be stuck in some incoherent childish version of the real thing.

  • Clausewitz

    I see. Since I’m white I’ll never understand what it’s like to be black. But blacks know all about whiteness and our privilege, and how it feels to be white? Sounds like this was dreamed up by a study in the humanities department totally devoid of proper Hypotheses’ and any scientific rigors what so ever.

  • Kell

    “What does it mean to be white?”-
    For me and mine it means we’re not black and for that, I thank You, Jesus!!!