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Business School Panel at UPenn Tells White Students to Use Their ‘Privilege’ to Help Black People

Business School Panel at UPenn Tells White Students to Use Their ‘Privilege’ to Help Black People

“The panel repeatedly asserted that venture capitalists discriminate based on gender.”

The left is trying to inject this ideology into every area of life. Nothing will be excluded.

Campus Reform reports:

UPenn business school panel tells Whites to ‘use your privilege’ to help Blacks

A Wharton Business School professor at the University of Pennsylvania hosted a virtual discussion on racial and gender bias in venture capital.

Venture capital is a form of private equity that includes investors who help start a person’s business. Capitalists invest in businesses that have a high potential for success. Venture capital is similar to the popular television show Shark Tank.

Several professors, including Melissa Bradley of Georgetown University said that Black people and minorities don’t have the same access to funding as White people because of structural racism, institutional bias, wealth gaps, and a lack of connections.

The panel repeatedly asserted that venture capitalists discriminate based on gender.

Ethan Mollick, a professor at UPenn’s Wharton School, the nation’s top undergraduate business school according to US News and World Report, said it is shocking how differently men and women are treated.

“Women get asked different questions than men, when they’re asked by entrepreneurs,” Mollick said. “They’re asked how to avoid losing, when men are asked how to win.”

“I often show my class a picture of a White male Stanford grad, and say this is who gets most of the funding in the U.S.,” Mollick said.

Chance Layton is the communications director of the National Association of Scholars. He laughed and said he is used to getting blamed for everything.

“I think these companies, if they see value, they’re going to invest.

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But doesn’t using their supposed privilege to help black folk make them wannabe “white saviors?” I thought that was a BIG no-no.

    artichoke in reply to Anne. | May 25, 2021 at 11:13 pm

    They’re supposed to denigrate themselves while giving their stuff away, so that they don’t even look good and won’t be seen as saviors.

    The instructions for white people are basically to be as stupid and self destructive as possible.

A brief history of venture capitalism.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTC_RxWN_xo

healthguyfsu | May 25, 2021 at 3:33 pm

Here’s me using my privilege by giving advice: Study harder, work harder, stop acting like the perpetual victim. You are welcome…if you take that to heart you can go farther than you’ve been led to believe.

The Friendly Grizzly | May 25, 2021 at 3:49 pm

Dear Panel:

No.

-signed- T F Grizzly, xlass of 24

Affluent black people are just as able to form venture capital groups as affluent white people are.

This is typical … bitch, bitch and bitch … about white people not doing for them what they can do for themselves.

Over and over … the country creates programs and laws to help black people … and the response of blacks is to do the minimum.

Frustrating.

Joey Williams | May 25, 2021 at 4:27 pm

The CRT people have made a big deal of telling whites to feel guilty for their privilege, to abhor their privilege, and to repudiate their privilege.

And now, they’re supposed to USE their privilege?

One of these things is not like the other…

I’ll use all of my vast unearned privilege (and even more) to help black people, if they can make me money. Or any other people, if they can make me money.

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