In what can only be described as an absurd display of discriminatory practices, a New York professor at Syracuse University is offering a summer writing program that caters exclusively to black students. Yes, you read that right – if you’re white, you can’t attend this program. Talk about reverse racism!
Jenn M. Jackson, an assistant professor of political science, is the mastermind behind this exclusive writing workshop. It’s being organized by Colored Convos Media, an LLC that Jackson co-founded. Their mission statement claims that the program is designed to create a space for black and queer content creators to cultivate their writing and creative talents. But why exclude white students? Shouldn’t the focus be on talent and not skin color?
If that weren’t enough, the program also requires participants to “center and honor the lives and experiences of all queer and trans people.” So not only do you have to be black, but you also have to fully embrace and support the LGBTQ+ community. It seems like they’re more interested in promoting a specific social agenda than fostering genuine writing skills.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen this type of segregation in academia. Universities across the country have been promoting racially exclusive programs and denying white students equal opportunities. It’s a disturbing trend that goes against the principles of equality and meritocracy that our society should be built upon.
University Professor Offers a Summer Writing Program — but Not if You're White, and Only if You 'Honor' Trans People https://t.co/sD5mQRoftV
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It’s clear that Professor Jenn M. Jackson is more concerned with pushing a radical ideology than actually educating students. This program is nothing more than an indoctrination camp, designed to promote a specific narrative and exclude anyone who doesn’t fit their narrow criteria.
As conservatives, we believe in equal opportunity for all, regardless of race or sexual orientation. It’s disheartening to see that some educators are more interested in dividing people based on their identities rather than bringing them together through the power of education. We need to push back against these divisive practices and demand that our institutions of higher learning prioritize merit and inclusivity over political agendas.
Source: Red State