Bryn Mawr College Prof Calls America a ‘Failed Experiment’ Just for ‘White People’
“She is the author of a new book on teaching critical race theory and anti-race practices at universities.”
We need to start calling this kind of rhetoric exactly what it is. Poison. It doesn’t matter that it’s coming from academia, it’s poison.
Jonathan Turely writes at his blog:
Bryn Mawr College Professor Declares America a “Failed Experiment” Created Just “For White People
Chanelle Wilson is an assistant professor of education and director of Africana Studies at the affluent all-women’s Bryn Mawr College. She is the author of a new book on teaching critical race theory and anti-race practices at universities. On a recent podcast, Wilson offered a glimpse into those teachings which include the “fact” that America is a failed experiment that has done nothing for any group other than white people.
Wilson was speaking on the “Refuse Fascism” podcast with host Samantha Goldman. Goldman was the organizer of the much covered “Handmaid’s Tale” protests during the Trump Administration. Goldman, who reportedly identifies as a communist, can be seen here organizing in the 2020 election.
Wilson’s extremist views have not been widely reported outside of conservative sites like College Fix. However, in the podcast, Wilson shares an unvarnished account of what she claims to be undeniable “facts” about this failed country and the goal of this work. She insists that the country was designed and has only worked for white people. She then added that it
“didn’t work for black people” and “Damn sure it didn’t work for indigenous people… It did not work for people of Mexican ancestry. It didn’t work for Asians, it didn’t work for Jewish people, it didn’t work for Japanese people. It didn’t work for Chinese people. So who is this country for? This country is only for white people.”
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She says as she signs that big paycheck from one of the elite colleges in the country.
Former Presnit Obama undoubtedly agrees, as do the many black millionaires in sports and entertainment.
Then, get on a plane and go to Africa. Put up, or shut up.
Get out of my country and let the rest of us live in peace.
It wasn’t a “failed experiment” until the black racists started demolishing it.
What she says is obviously false. It has indeed worked for the Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Italians, Poles, Jews, and particularly for the Hispanic peoplem who would rather be here than anyplace else in the world and show it with their feet every day.
It’s only for the blacks — and then only for the ones that refuse to reject “thug culture” — that it doesn’t seem to work out. Maybe that’s where she needs to look for the problem.
Speaking of which, here is how “America failed” for my old college roommate. Here’s a fascinating story of how he got where he did, and didn’t let racism (subtle or otherwise) trigger him.
And just for fun, here is the third member of our dorm triple. America didn’t work for him either.
Judging from the names. I’d say they were Africans in America, not “ours”. They got into med school with qualifications, not to fill a quota.
Actually, MIT. One of these guys is the first (only?) person to get four MIT degrees in four years. What the article doesn’t mention is that while he was doing that, he was also the captain of the soccer team and the captain of the crew. Now he’s the dean of the FSU School of Engineering.
The American Dream is about being successful by working hard. These guys did that, and they weren’t even Americans (at that time).
It’s never, ever about color or race. It’s always about culture and attitude.
People like Chanelle Wilson simply have shit attitudes.
If America is “a failed experiment,” then why do all the black and brown people in central and south America want to move here? They give up their homes and risk their lives to come and cross our southern border, hoping they will be allowed to stay.
If America were what she says it is, then she and other black people and colored people (whoops, People of Color!) would be moving to Africa and to south America. She would feel totally at home in the socialist utopia of Venezuela.
Would someone please call Oprah, or Obama or any of the highly successful and well compensated black, Asian, Hispanic figures in this country?
If it is a failed experiment then she should have no issue with the failed experiment being replaced. Or is it that she’s pro-revolution, just anti- anything non-Left?
RightsPrivileges for me and mine not for thee and thine you peasant.
From the Bryn Mawr College News:
“Assistant Professor of Education Chanelle Wilson
The primary focus of Chanelle Wilson’s work is on improving educational conditions for students in marginalized and minoritized groups. Although there are a host of critical theories that inspire her, Wilson primarily employs critical race theory, culturally relevant pedagogy, and participatory action research as mainstays of her work. It is her goal that improving the educational experience for often marginalized students will create a more welcoming space for all students, and what it takes to accomplish this goal will only make instructors more effective leaders of classroom spaces. As she continues to work toward this in her research, Wilson is positive that meaningful conversations around race and multiculturalism that center culturally relevant and constructive practices can inspire more culturally competent and critically conscious teachers, students, and citizens who will endeavor to change the world for the better.”
Every one of the “black power words” should be accompanied by the sound of a toilet being flushed with your tuition money going down the drain. I imagine her classes are mandatory core classes as well.
“will create a more welcoming space for all students”
Let’s ask the white ones.
In her tediously long and race based CV, (http://bascom.brynmawrDOTedu/find/cvs/cwilson3.pdf) she actually has the gall to mention Martin Luther King, Jr.., but only in a “day of service” event. Any of his other teachings are anathema to her “scholarship.”
I almost stopped reading when I found out she was an Ed.D. and not a Ph.D., a la Jill Biden, but I slogged through it anyway.
If what Chanelle Wilson is saying were actually true, she’d be living now in a world in which “upward mobility” meant moving from the fields to the house.
Lately, Bryn Mawr College is looking like a failed experiment.
Another racist dunce. If the American experiment failed for black people, how do you explain the successes of Caribbean and African blacks? Maybe the good prof should look into the failure of the American black family or lack thereof.