Constitution.com is reporting there’s a 6-week “Deconstructing Whiteness” program that’s offered at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, that explores topics such as the history of “whiteness,” “white privilege,” and racism. The program is designed especially for white people.
According to the campus newspaper The Daily Northwestern, Michele Enos assistant director of Social Justice Education, an office within the Division of Student Affairs, will be leading the workshop. “There’s a lot of space on this campus for conversations to happen around issues of privilege and specifically around issues of white privilege,” she said.
According to a poster promoting the program, the workshop – which will meet at the Women’s Center – will seek to answer questions and concerns such as the following:
- What is my role in doing anti-racist work?
My answer: My role is to live my life in Christ and let others live theirs. Only God has the authority to pass judgment.
- How can I talk about race as a white person?
My answer: Simply stated, God made all the races and looked at them and said it was good. Enough said.
- I don’t see race.
My answer: Yes I do. I’m not colorblind. We are all God’s children and if God had wanted us all the same color he would have created us so.
- Why do I have to feel guilty about being white?
My answer: I feel no guilt for what God created.
- What does it mean to be white?
My answer: My dad was white who married a white woman which produced me another white.
My question: When did it become against the law to be white? Stop trying to play God. Trust me. You’ll never fill his shoes. However, this white privilege crap is part of Socialism creating division among the races.
We previously reported that Portland Community College designated April to be “Whiteness History Month.” During April, they will focus on the history of whiteness, which they define not as a skin color, but as an ideology, a “socially and politically constructed behavior.” (Whatever the hell that means.)
Last month, the Chicago Theological Seminary launched a new program aimed at trying to get white people to see the world the way black people do with the use of “white privilege glasses.” (Being all things equal, maybe we could have some “black history glasses” which show that todays white people had nothing to do with enslaving anyone’s black ancestors, and that it was the Muslims who bought, stole, raped, castrated and sold blacks into slavery.)