It’s that time again! The traveling White Privilege Conference and the Matrix Center for the Advancement of Social Equity and Inclusion at University of Colorado-Colorado Springs is holding their March Conference. Yay!
Last year’s conference had 2,000 in attendance.
The conference, according to their website “examines challenging concepts of privilege and oppression and offers solutions and team building strategies to work toward a more equitable world.”
They offer up to four credits that can be used widely!
After seeing the promo you won’t be able to resist and will undoubtedly run out and buy your tickets.
The following is taken from the campus reform website.
This is the video promo for the conference. It teaches Caucasians they are born with a permanent advantage. It will give you a good idea of what this is about.
I must frankly be blind because I never felt privileged, in fact, being poor while growing up, I felt a little deprived.
You might wonder where the idea of white privilege came from. Fortunately it was invented by a university moonbat or we might never have known it even existed!
In 1988, one Peggy McIntosh, a Wellesey director, wrote a paper “White Privilege and Male Privilege.” She said “White privilege is like an invisible weightless knapsack of special provisions, maps, passports, codebooks, visas, clothes, tools and blank checks.” McIntosh emphasized that these privileges are not distributed equally or shared by individuals of every race.
In other words, our culture is bad, white men are sexist, racist and just plain bad. Women can be guilty of white privilege also.
University types eat this stuff up.
It is not confined to universities unfortunately.
Duluth Minnesota has billboards up warning the largely white city to be on the hunt for white privilege because ‘it’s hard to see racism when you’re white.” In Wisconsin, high school students in state public schools are told to wear white wristbands to remind them of their unearned privilege. They are told to set time aside every day to remind themselves they are privileged.
It’s really sick stuff. It promotes divisiveness and hate. It teaches self-loathing and it teaches minorities to hate whites. It tells minorities to feel they are entitled to much more than whites because of this alleged inequality.
It’s more of the Political Correctness that’s infecting our society. It’s insidious and it is pathological.