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A Rutgers University professor got candid about how she feels about white people during a lecture defending Critical Race Theory.
Brittney Cooper, a Rutgers associate professor in the Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, made some shocking comments when asked if white people would ever release the power they hold, Campus Reform reports.
“The thing I want to say to you is, ‘We gotta take these m—–f—rs out,’ but like, we can’t say it, right?” Cooper, who calls herself a cussing professor, said. “I don’t believe in a project of violence, I truly don’t, because I think in the end our souls suffer from that.”
The Crunk Feminist Collective co-founder told writer Michael Harriot, “I think that white people are committed to being villains in the aggregate,” during the September talk.
Cooper accused the political right of waging a decades-long campaign of “white supremacy” and called CRT the proper teaching of American history.
“You know, you talk to white people, and whenever you want to have a reckoning about it, they say stuff like, ‘You know, it’s just human nature. If y’all had all this power, you would have done the same thing.’ Right? And it’s like, no, that’s what white humans did. White human beings thought there’s a world here and we own it. Prior to them, black and brown people have been sailing across oceans, interacting with each other for centuries without total subjugation, domination, and colonialism,” she said.
National radio host Todd Starnes said Cooper sounds violent, possibly racist, but at the very least — a bigot.
“All I can tell you is, had this woman been white, she would have already been fired and thrown out of America,” Starnes said.
“No way I’d be taking this lady’s class,” he told the Todd Starnes Show audience Thursday.
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