New American – While even the slightest skepticism of, say, Black Lives Matter would never be tolerated on many of today’s college campuses, blatant expressions of bigotry and hatred toward whites are not only tolerated but openly published in school newspapers.
Evergreen State College in Washington State, for example, has an opinion section in its student newspaper called “POC Talk,” which the editors, in a rather ungrammatical piece, describe as “a column for people of color (POC) by people of color.”
“This should be a place where we can be us without it being overshadowed by the dark cloud that is living under white supremacy and having to see things from a white perspective,” they elaborate. “This is why when we do cover these issues it will be in the context and from the perspective of POC and POC only.”
In case anyone didn’t get the point, they add in a postscript: “Dear White people, please take a step back, this isn’t brown-people-answer-white-people’s-questions-hour, we’re asking specifically for submissions from POC. As being told no seems to be a difficult concept for some of y’all I await your emails about the Irish, how the term white fragility is mean (great example of white fragility) and how we need to view people through a color-blind lens (just lol). You will 100% not get a response!!!”
In other words, it’s all about race, and only the opinions of nonwhites, whose names are withheld from publication, matter; whites are the enemy.
The editors also reference “the scary national backlash the school faced last year” when biology professor Bret Weinstein objected to a day in which white people were told to stay off campus. Angry students erupted in violent protests filled with foul, racist language (against whites, of course) that shut down the campus for three days,..