“We gotta take these m—–f—–s out”
Is this really appropriate for an educator? Try to imagine the outrage if the races were reversed.
Campus Reform reports:
‘Take these m—–f—–s out’: Rutgers prof rails against white people while defending CRT
During a talk titled “Unpacking the Attacks on Critical Race Theory,” Rutgers University professor Brittney Cooper called white people villains and said that they “kind of deserve” the current declining birth rate.
She also told writer Michael Harriot, “I think that white people are committed to being villains in the aggregate.”
The event took place on Sept. 21 as part of The Root Institute, a conference hosted by an African American-focused online publication called The Root. President Biden delivered this year’s opening address.
Cooper is an associate professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and Africana Studies at Rutgers University. A document obtained by Campus Reform via public records request reveals that Cooper will earn at least $114,248.95 from Rutgers this year.
Cooper began teaching at the university in 2012, and she has been paid a six-figure salary each year from 2018 onward. Cooper did not respond to request for comment, though an auto-reply email stated that she is not regularly checking email because she is on sabbatical leave.
Rutgers is funded in part by both federal and state taxpayer dollars; it is New Jersey’s flagship public university. This fiscal year, 18.9 percent of the university’s budget comes from state appropriations. Additional taxpayer dollars flow to the university through federal student aid, research grants, and COVID relief.
She addressed the rising cost of living for white people, saying, “White people’s birth rates are going down…because they literally cannot afford to put their children, newer generations, into the middle class…It’s super perverse, and also they kind of deserve it.”
When asked if white people would ever release the power they currently hold, Cooper answered, “The thing I want to say to you is, ‘We gotta take these m—–f—–s out,’ but like, we can’t say that, right? I don’t believe in a project of violence, I truly don’t,” because “our souls suffer from that.”
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