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Anti-White, Racist Prof. Too Woke for Even Her Leftist College

'How am I supposed to get a full participation grade if I’m not called on because of the way I was born? ... '

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) A SUNY Binghamton professor, who implemented anti-white and anti-men “progressive stacking” in her syllabus, resigned from her position, according to Breitbart.

“Six months after her syllabus attracted national and international media attention, Ana Maria Candela has resigned,” SUNY Binghamton’s student newspaper Pipe Dream reported.

Earlier this year, the university administrators rebuked professor Candela. They said that the “progressive stacking” policy “clearly violates” the principles of the school.

Libs of TikTok reposted the “Class Discussion Guidelines” for one of Candela’s sociology classes, in which the leftist professor showed her hatred toward anyone who is “white, male or someone privileged by the racial and ‘gender’ structures of our society.”

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“We practice progressive stacking when calling on people to participate in class discussion. This means that we try to give priority to non-white folks, to women, and to shy and quiet people who rarely raise their hands.”

Candela gaslighted people in one of her emails where she wrote that she was politically and publicly attacked, without pointing out that her discriminatory class policy is the reason why that happened.

“I was treated with such callous disrespect by members of the administration of Harpur College, by [BU’s] media and public relations and by a student in my course that to continue to contribute my labor to the institution would involve a profound lack of self-love and self-respect,” she said.

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Sean Harrigan was one of Candela’s white male students who filed a Title IX complaint about her anti-white and anti-male “progressive” policy.

“How am I supposed to get a full participation grade if I’m not called on because of the way I was born?” told the College Fix.

Harpur College’s dean, Celia Klin, also criticized Candela’s class policy in a meeting with her, according to Pipe Dream.

Donald Nieman, a former provost and academic vice president for academic affairs, wrote in a letter that Candela’s policy violated Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and Title IX of the 1972 Amendments to the Education Act.

“[The controversy] was about the language she included in her syllabus which is inconsistent with Professor Candela’s and [the] University’s obligations under federal law,” Nieman said.

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