Woke World: 'Anti-Racist' Boston University Professor Seemed Quite Racist In His Critique Of The GOP

Written By BlabberBuzz | Tuesday, 19 April 2022 22:45
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A professor at Boston University called Republicans “the party of White supremacy” and not the “party of parents,” despite the GOP “branding” themselves as such.

Ibram X. Kendi, Boston University’s Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities and Director of the Center for Antiracist Research, aimed at the GOP in an op-ed for The Atlantic, mentioning Republican opposition to Critical Race Theory as a reason why they’re “clearly” not the party of parents.

“This Republican Party is not the party of any group of parents, but the party of White supremacy,” Kendi wrote.

“The Republican Party is clearly not the party of parents. The Republican Party is certainly not the party of parents of color. But is the Republican Party even the party of White parents?”

” (They are) not the party of parents raising white kids. The Republican Party is not the party of parents raising girls, raising trans kids, raising kids of color, raising queer kids, raising poor kids, raising immigrant kids.”

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“The Republican Party is making it harder for all of these kids to learn about themselves and their histories,” Kendi wrote.

” (The GOP) is stripping parents and educators of their collective ability to protect vulnerable children from being indoctrinated by—or victimized by—the scourge of White supremacy.”

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Kendi called Republican efforts to “brand” itself as the “party of parents” a “myth,” on the scale of “the great lie that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from Donald Trump.”

He added that the party has built that reputation on “false conceptual building blocks.”

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Kendi also noted in his editorial that it’s a common refrain among Democrats that “Republican politicians care about White children,” though he claims that “[banning] anti-racist education is harmful to White children” as well.

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According to Kendi, if Republican politicians care about white children, “they would not be ignoring or downplaying or defending or bolstering the principal racial threat facing white youth today.” That threat, according to Kendi? “White supremacy.”

“Instead of focusing on this very real threat, Republican politicians—to justify Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” law—have cited QAnon conspiracy theories about public schools being overrun by child predators who are “grooming” children to be gay,” Kendi wrote.

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A spokesperson for Governor Ron DeSantis reframed the Don’t Say Gay bill as an “anti-grooming” bill. But if QAnon Republicans really cared about white children, then they would be worried about White-supremacist grooming.”

“This is the grooming that parents of all children should be worried about.”

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