Check out the temporary profile picture of Damon Sajnani, assistant professor in UW-Madison’s African Cultural Studies. When he is not teaching about racist whites, institutional racism and rapping about revolution, he is selling t-shirts that say “George Bush is the real terrorist”.
His profile photo says a lot about him. He took an iconic Thanksgiving photo and put blood, genocide, small pox, colonialism all over it.
The University of Wisconsin is offering a course this spring on the “Problem of Whiteness,” which is taught by a radical assistant professor who believes America is a terrorist state, the Free Beacon reports.
Damon Sajnani’s course explores systemic racism, white supremacy — even among “well-meaning whites” — and he does it in his uniquely condescending, arrogant way.
The course is part of “Critical Whiteness Studies,” and will attempt to offer solutions to the “problem of whiteness.”
“We will come together with our socially ascribed identities of Black, white, mixed and other and, with the problem properly in its place we will ask ourselves and our allies, what are we going to do with it?”
The course will “help dismantle white supremacy”, the course description promises.
The course also blames white people for minority ghettos.
The class will also cover how white people “consciously and unconsciously perpetuate institutional racism and how this not only devastates communities of color but also perpetuates the oppression of most white folks along the lines of class and gender.”
“In this class, we will ask what an ethical white identity entails, what it means to be #woke, and consider the journal Race Traitor’s motto, ‘treason to whiteness is loyalty to humanity.’”
Sajnani also teaches a course on “Global Hip Hop and Social Justice.”
Sajnani also runs “Justus League Records,” a political rap group that calls for revolution. He calls it the “The Dope Poet Society,” so-called “Hip Hop revolutionaries in the struggle to save the world!”
Justus League sells t-shirts that read “George Bush is the real terrorist.” Sajnani has written anti-capitalist pieces arguing that America is a “global terrorist.”
In one article, he criticizes Jay-Z for being too pro-America and “identifying with “an oligarchy whose interests are antithetical to Black liberation.”
“America is the reigning, though waning, seat of capitalist imperialism,” he writes. “Among other things, it is an enslaver of Africans, exterminator of aboriginals, environmental devastator, global terrorist, captain of neo-colonialism and chief beneficiary of these crimes.”
“To be pro-American does not mean that you support Americans, but that you buy into the propaganda that allows the richest Americans to collude with the richest global elites elsewhere, to the detriment of the world’s people including the majority of Americans,” Sajnani continues. “American culture is the set of beliefs, practices and ways of living that support America as such.”
Sajnani calls Jay-Z and President Barack Obama “mouthpieces for imperialism.”
Why is this man teaching in college?
He updated his profile picture and you won’t be surprised.
This is what is teaching the youth.