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Leftist Canadian University Hires Blacks, Not Whites

‘... preference will be given to black people who applied for the job...’

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) White people may stop applying for McGill University’s computer science “Fighting Inequities” position, since the leftist Canadian university prefers to hire black people instead, according to the Post Millennial.

In the posting, titled “Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Computer Science – Fighting Inequities,” the Montreal-based institution talked about increasing “the representation of Black faculty and to support their success, in line with the University’s commitments set out in its Action Plan to Address Anti-Black Racism.”

The university explicitly said that preference will be given to black people who applied for the job.

“That action plan states that the school is seeking to increase the number of ‘Black tenure track and tenured professors,’ as currently there are 14 tenure-track and tenured professors at the University who ‘self-identify as Black in McGill’s employment equity survey,’” the Post Millennial reported.

“That figure represents less than one percent of the schools’ tenure-track and tenured academic staff.”

Aside from having a very specific skin color, an applicant should be interested in “data science, data mining, human-computer interaction, education and several other practical components that would normally make a candidate qualified.”

“The posting goes on to state that candidates should have a doctoral degree, and that they should have a capacity for independent research,” the Post Millennial reported.

“They should also have the ability to address ‘anti-Black racism or system inequities in relation to computer systems,’ which is considered an ‘important asset.’”

To defend its anti-white beliefs, the university added that a background in critical race theory is “desirable but not required.”

However, in the same breath, the university said that it commits to “Black excellence.”

“This recruitment is consistent with McGill’s efforts to carry out a range of academic searches and appointments across disciplines and Faculties, including the Faculty of Science, focused on increasing the representation of Black excellence at McGill,” the Post Millennial reported.

“Over the last two years, McGill appointed 28 Black tenure-track or tenured faculty at various ranks. Our University is committed to continuing to work to achieve equitable representation and to providing robust support for all incoming colleagues, including through strong networking, mentorship, and research-focused opportunities.”

McGill also demonstrated its commitment to the woke ideology by denying two federal government grants to award-winning scientist Patanjali Kambhampati last November.

Kambhampati said that the reason why that happened was that he wanted to hire people based on their merit rather than their skin color.

“I don’t care about the color of your skin. I’m interested in hiring someone who wants to work on the project and is good at it,” he said.

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