In the struggle for “equality” promoted by social justice warrior leaders, an increasing number of them have turned angrier and somewhat retaliatory.
Their rants coming from the upper echelons of leftist college faculty members and invited speakers are divisive if not threatening at best.
They have apparently decided that instead of speaking with leaders and everyday Americans, including those with white skin, concerning issues that are negatively affecting the lives of black Americans, they have instead blown the call to battle demanding re-segregation and lashing out again at “white Americans”.
A prime example is Rutgers University professor Brittney Cooper. On Sept. 21 as part of The Root Institute, a conference hosted by an African American-focused online publication called The Root, Copper went on a rant, even attacking Jesus Christ.
Cooper teaches her college students that conservatives oppose Critical Race Theory because they oppose truth. “The issue that the right has is that Critical Race Theory is just the proper teaching of American history,”
During a talk titled “Unpacking the Attacks on Critical Race Theory,” Cooper called white people villains and said that they “kind of deserve” the current declining birth rate.
She also told writer Michael Harriot, “I think that white people are committed to being villains in the aggregate.”
Cooper is an associate professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and Africana Studies at Rutgers University.