A Yale University dean has been suspended after it was revealed she had used a series of demeaning terms in referring to white people.
Well, we have now come full circle haven't we? This is what the culture of academia has come to. Universities have embraced the concept that white people are the enemy of non-white minorities. Heretofore, it was students and nutty faculty. Now it is a dean. What's next, a university president?
I want to add something else to this. I am doubly disappointed that this comes from an Asian-American. I don't expect this from an Asian-American. For the most part (I am generalizing), they have not been involved in this crap on our campuses-and certainly not outside of academia. Now it appears some, like Chu, are buying into it. It is really unfortunate.
I hope this will be a wake up call to Yale and all universities that we are not going to improve race relations in this country by demonizing white people. Our young generations should not have to pay for the sins of their fathers or grandfathers. It is wrong to single them out and call them, "privileged" just because you can't find any racism or discrimination coming from them.