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Georgia legislator wants to know if state colleges are maligning white people in their courses

by A.P.

A Georgia state lawmaker has sent an inquiry to state colleges and universities asking if professors are teaching that white people are “privileged and oppressive.”

According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, GOP State Representative Emory Dunahoo’s questions “outraged” some faculty, but were supported by students who allege some faculty use materials which “mock white people.”

The students also said they weren’t allowed to take part in discussing affirmative action “because they’re white,” and some noted discomfort with a “white privilege test” in which they earned points merely because they had two parents at home.

All of the students who spoke up requested anonymity and informed the conservative organization Turning Point USA about their experiences, not the AJC directly, according to the report.



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