if it was a white student that said those things they would be dismissed instantly.
the hypocrisy of the situation is amazing and the double standard of racism as long as it isn't white racism is for some reason tolerable.
I think students should boycott her classes. if she has no students then there will be no reason for the college to keep her.
of course she is teaching African studies which I do believe is just an elective class unless now they have made it mandatory to take.
they should just not take her class and leave her to sit in a room by herself.
if I was a white student I wouldn't take her class and I would protest the school if I was forced to citing racial discrimination and a hostile
for feelings and emotional rants of people.
gone are the days of telling people like this to shut up and sit down. we have become a country of wimps and whiner's that allow
this type of situation to occur.
BU should have fired her on the spot and dismissed her outright.
instead they tried to defend it by saying she has a 1st amendment right to say it. it wasn't until major donors to the school
started pulling their wallets that the college came out and said anything against it.
which means they still support her.
for a college that supposedly doesn't tolerate racism they sure give the definition a wide berth when it comes to white racism.
If some people didn't have double standards, they have no standards at all.
"I believe in a Spinoza's God who reveals himself in the harmony of all that exists, but not in a God who concerns himself with the fate and actions of human beings."
--Albert Einstein, 1929
The threat title should be changed to "professor regrets being held accountable for calling white college males a problem population".
She still believes whites are THE problem, and I'm sure she has learned her lesson to make her racist statements in a less public forum the next time, and to continue her racist behavior more subtlety in the future.