In recent comments that seem eerily similar to those made by segregationists in the past, anti-racist academic Robin DiAngelo, the author of several books that teach white people to hate themselves, encouraged people of color to “get away from white people and have some community with each other” during a webinar hosted by the Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism.
DiAngelo’s statements are similar to those made in Plessy v. Ferguson, in which the Supreme Court stated that “separate but equal” treatment of African-Americans was permitted under the 14th Amendment. However, the Court later reversed its decision in Brown v. Board of Education, believing that the policy of separating races implied the inferiority of African Americans and had a detrimental effect on them. It seems that DiAngelo would be more inclined to endorse Plessy-esque segregation policies than the community-based doctrine of Brown v. Board of Education.
During the webinar, two other panelists, Mareisha N. Reese and Mary-Frances Winters, endorsed corporate policies that could disrupt healthy workplace settings. However, it is well-established that leftists often use race-obsessed schemes that fail to create healthy workspaces, waste precious time and resources, distract from an organization’s mission, and indicate a bleak future where social standing depends on skin tone.
In contrast, Scott Adams, author of the “Dilbert” comic strip, suffered repercussions when he commented on his YouTube channel, saying that “the best advice I would give to white people is to get the h-ll away from black people.” Such remarks led numerous newsrooms across the U.S. to cancel his comic strip. Despite making comments that she should renounce as bigoted according to her worldview, DiAngelo finds herself among the leftist elites and swimming in money. According to her website, she has spoken for major companies and charges $30,000 for a single event.
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Spencer Dalke is an intern at The Federalist and a Journalism major at Patrick Henry College.
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