Rutgers Professor Slams White People as ‘Villains’ While Defending Critical Race Theory: ‘Take These Motherf***Ers Out’

‘The issue that the right has is that critical race theory is just the proper teaching of American history’

(Via The Blaze

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COOPER: "The thing I want to say to you is ‘We gotta take these motherf***ers out,’ but, like, we can’t say that, right? I don’t believe in a project of violence, I truly don’t. Because I think ‎in the end that our souls suffer from ‎that, and I do think that some of this is ‎a spiritual condition. So here is where I ‎land ‎most days about white people. And I ‎actually have been optimist by ‎thinking about indigenous people, right. ‎See part of the challenge around ‎whiteness is that it ‎totally skews our view of everything, ‎right. I gave this like TED talk about ‎this some years back, and one of the ‎reasons I was trying to think about it ‎is like ‎the -- the world didn't start when white ‎people arrived in America and tried to ‎tell all the rest of us how things were ‎going to go. There were people out here ‎making roads. Africans and indigenous ‎people ‎being brilliant, and you know, libraries ‎and inventions and, you know, vibrant ‎notions of humanity and cross-cultural ‎exchange long before white people showed ‎up being raggedy and violent and ‎terrible and trying to take everything ‎from everybody. And that's really ‎important because if we believe ‎that history starts for us when white ‎people drag us to these shores then we ‎can never get outside of the notion that ‎this is going to be our existential ‎struggle."

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