From Louder With Crowder
High schools and places of higher learning (allegedly), for whatever reason, think ‘white privilege’ is the most important problem plaguing society today (see This Ironically Racist ‘White Privilege’ Video is Being Shown in High Schools… and Colleges Now Instating Anti-White Guilt Month. Yes Really…). The University of Oklahoma? They just want you to follow the shameful, white footsteps. Literally…
The Gallogly College of Engineering website states the school will “celebrate diversity” through events that “enhance awareness of the issues faced by underrepresented members of our engineering community and promote GCoE’s inclusive climate that is welcoming of all differences.”
Therefore, the school has taken the initiative to place “footprints” around engineering buildings that attempt to shame people for not acknowledging their “privilege” and for the fact that African Americans are not choosing to earn Ph.D.s in engineering.
Of course, the excuse used was that these are designed to promote “healthy dialogue.” Right. Listen, I’m all for a healthy dialogue. But if you truly believe that shaming people simply for being born a lighter shade promotes a “healthy dialogue,” kindly urinate into this cup. We’ll have lab results by Tuesday.
What’s the end game here? Is the University of Oklahoma expecting white students to feel guilty for working all their lives toward a PhD? Shame for their sixteen hour workdays?
Also, to the geniuses heading up the University of Oklahoma… you missed something!