Knights Party / Rachel Pendergraft
It used to be that white people were respected by most non-whites. It was understood that this was a white country and despite the devastation of slavery upon white communities, they were nevertheless pleased not to be suffering from disease, malnourishment, tribal ritual sacrifices, child slavery, etc. as they would have been on the dark continent. And white males were regarded with esteem for their part in bringing law and order to the states.
With white women working hard to ensure civility, family, education, and the Christian religion were priorities in the nation, white men were in charge of protecting it. With white men ensuring the public safety, everyone, regardless of their status were insured of a safe environment to raise their families.
But, thanks to years of anti-white propaganda and a growing hatred of white males by second wave feminists, white guys have a target on their back. And it appears that professor Shannon Gibney had white males in her class in her sights.
A Minnesota college’s administration has issued a formal reprimand to a female black professor accusing her of creating a “hostile learning environment” for white male students, Campus Reform recently reported.
Three white male students filed a racial harassment discrimination complaint against the professor claiming a discussion on structural racism in her Introduction to Mass Communication class made them feel uncomfortable.
“It was inappropriate for you to single out white male students in class,” states the letter from Minneapolis Community and Technical College (MCTC) Vice President of Academic Affairs Lois Bollman, according to an article in The Raw Story.
“Your actions in [targeting] select students based on their race and gender caused them embarrassment and created a hostile learning environment,” it continues. “For that reason, I have determined that a reprimand is warranted.”
The professor, Shannon Gibney, said she was talking about structural racism when one white male student got upset and asked “Why do we have to talk about this in every class?” and another asked “It’s like people are trying to say that white men are always the villains, the bad guys. Why do we have to say this?”
She told the students that if they were still offended they should “go down to legal affairs and file a racial harassment discrimination complaint.” They did.
The incident was not the first of its kind for Gibney. She was also reprimanded in 2009 after allegedly singling out white male students on the school newspaper staff for not doing enough to eliminate bias from the organization, according to an article in Minneapolis City Pages, a local news source.