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Univ. of Denver Dept. Chair Tells Educators to Commit to ‘Dead Honkies’

'Whiteness pretends to be innocent, flustered, and terrified, it nonetheless creates terror and violence... '

(Preston Parra, Headline USA) D-L Stewart, a self-proclaimed supporter of Black Trans Lives Matter who serves as Higher Education Department chair of Morgridge College at the University of Denver, is proclaiming his commitment to seeing to the ‘death of whiteness.’

In an article titled “‘Dead honky’—against technologies of (white) violence,” Stewart appeared to advocate for more critical race theorists and those in the broader academia to begin using the “verbal effigy’ dead honky,” according to Breitbart.

Stewart declared that “whiteness pretends to be innocent, flustered, and terrified, it nonetheless creates terror and violence.”

He even explained his own self-described terms “of technologies of (white) violence,” including “(1) malicious white terror; (2) rhetorical white innocence, mobilized through white contempt and white transmission; and, (3) pacifying white concession.”

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This anti-white rhetoric coming from the lips of an educational propagandist isn’t singular to just this department chair. Racial and political bias via professors appears to be surfacing more and more, according to multiple studies.

The Knight’s Foundation study showed that in a survey of more than 4,400 students, 68% felt muzzled because of their views because “their campus climate precludes students from expressing their true opinions because their classmates might find them offensive.”

Another national study executed by Samuel J. Abrams showed that out of 900 surveyed professors, two-thirds of conservative professors felt they should avoid sharing their beliefs out of fear of being chastised by students or other faculty.

The American Enterprise Institute released an article that goes a bit deeper into the issue and concluded that “research on students, professors and administrators reveals a clear liberal skew.” Furthermore, the research “on campus climate conclusively show that conservatives on campus are considerably reluctant to share their viewpoint freely.”

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One significant takeaway from all of this information, academics and realists agreed, is that if society as a whole, even beyond academia, can’t grasp the fact that each individual has a unique perspective, we as people are doomed to ever grow as a collective and could all end up like “dead honkies.”

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