NWA has a New Meaning on College Campus

NWA used to mean something else.

Ni**az Wit Attitudes


from Campus Reform:

Texas students launch ‘No Whites Allowed’ magazine

  • A group of students at the University of Texas, San Antonio plans to start publishing a “No Whites Allowed” (NWA) magazine.
  • White people are welcome to attend the launch party Thursday night, but while their support is “appreciated,” the founders insist that “it’s a zine for QPOC and by QPOC [queer persons of color].”

A University Dream Act

from Campus Reform:

  • A University of New Mexico professor included a section on her English Composition II syllabus labeled “Clean Dream Act Now.”
  • In it, Professor Brenna Gomez pledges that she “will not disclose the immigration status of any student…unless required by a warrant,” and will offer “immigration-related accommodations” to all students who need them.

A University of New Mexico English professor included a pledge on her syllabi to protect and “accommodate” illegal immigrant students who take her courses.

“As an educator, I fully support the rights of undocumented students to an education and to live free from the fear of deportation,” Professor Brenna Gomez wrote on her English Composition II syllabus, in a section labeled “Clean Dream Act Now.”

“As an educator, I fully support the rights of undocumented students to an education and to live free from the fear of deportation.”    

“I pledge that I will not disclose the immigration status of any student who shares this information with me unless required by a warrant, and I will work with students who require immigration-related accommodations,” the statement continued.

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New College Mission – Train Social Justice Warriors

from Campus Reform:

    • Higher education has “a special mission to educate the next generation of Social Justice Warriors,” according to a recent op-ed by two academics.
    • Warning that Donald Trump will cause “catastrophic consequences” for the nation’s “social sustainability,” James Martin and James Samels says colleges must focus on training students to engage in social activism.

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The New 10 Commandments

by: the Common Constitutionalist

I always thought of Lehigh University as a fairly elite school. Both friends and relatives of mine have attended. It’s not an Ivy League university, but it’s right up there.

So I was a bit surprised when I heard that Lehigh hosted a “hip-hop symposium.” Can anyone explain what a “hip-hop symposium” is – because I can’t.

Since hip-hop is supposed to be a musical genre (I fail to see it), one would assume the symposium would have a musical theme. Well, if one assumed that, one would be wrong. It was actually, as one might guess, a string of lectures basically disparaging whites and talking up the new leftist mantra of “white privilege.”

Campus Reform wrote of one visiting professor, Christopher Driscoll, who was so moved by “a lecture on the white appropriation of rap,” that he crafted his own version of the 10 Commandments. He entitled them the “10 Cracka Commandments for 2015.”

If your first thought of Prof. Driscoll is – what an a**hole, I wouldn’t disagree. If your second thought was – this must be a joke – this must be tongue in cheek – you’d be wrong. He is serious. read more