Professor: It’s RACIST For White People To Reproduce
From Robert Gehl: A white sociology professor is all in against racism.
She’s so determined to completely dismantle the institution of “whiteness,” she has publicly declared that white people even having children is racist.
Dumb? Oh yes, but welcome to world of American academia.
She’s got about 18,000 followers on her Twitter feed (which she has since blocked), and started the nonsense by tweeting that “what I’ve learned is that the white-nuclear family is one of the most powerful forces supporting white supremacy.”
“I mean, if you’re a white person who says they’re engaged in dismantling white supremacy but…you’re forming a white family [and] reproducing white children that ‘you want the best for’ – how is that helping [and] not part of the problem?”
So white children are bad, but what about a mixed-race child? Bad too. “If you’re white + forming a family w/ multiracial children + not dealing w/ your own racism or systemic white supremacy, how’s that helping?”
Damn. Daniels said that white people having children facilitates a “transfer of wealth” and the “outright worship of the ‘sanctity of the family’ which pervades pop culture.”
— Sweet Meteor O'Death (@smod4real) October 28, 2017
Keep in mind that Marxists hate the notion of family. To them, it supports the patriarchal, sexist, racist capitalist system. It is the institution through which the wealthy pass down their private property – reproducing class inequality – and their belief systems – reproducing racism and sexism.
Campus Reform reports:
Daniels notes that she’s not alone in her hostility towards the family. Other scholars have a “feminist critique of The Family as an inherently conservative force in society,” she says, citing the work of feminist scholars Peggy McIntosh and Michele Barrett, who argue in their book that the nuclear family structure is a “fact to be lamented.”
The sacredness of the family also concerns her, Daniels notes, adding that “there’s a whole ideological apparatus to justify how f-cking sacred the family is,” adding that “nothing’s more important” because “Until white people are ready to confront their own family’s racism [and] participation in systemic white supremacy, it’s not getting dismantled.”
In order to be truly committed to fighting white supremacy, Daniels says, whites must not reproduce, must not own homes, and must not be “afraid of hurting their family’s feelings if they confront them about racism,” because white supremacy will reign until whites confront their family’s “participation in systemic white supremacy.”
Daniels is also a proponent of “progressive stacking.” This is an educational practice in the classroom where teachers call on the person who is a member of the most “marginalized” group first and work their way toward the most “privileged.”
Daniels told Inside Higher Ed that “progressive stacking” – apparently little known outside of progressive educational circles – dates to at least her days of graduate school in the 1990s, and she uses it in her own classrooms despite an overwhelming gender imbalance in favor of females.
Since her Tweetstorm garnered so much attention, Daniels has shut her account down.
Maybe one less white person talking is a good thing.