(ReclaimingAmerica.net) With each passing week, more Americans find themselves questioning what is going on when it comes to increasingly wild allegations and accusations of racism on the campuses of colleges and universities in the United States.
It seems that even the mention of race – or an honest attempt to engage in a discussion about race – by anyone classified as white or caucasian will result in students or faculty accusing that individual of being a racist. That accusation or allegation is almost always followed by a demand for severe punishment of the accused individual.
The latest example comes to us from the excellent reporting staff at The College Fix who report:
“Princeton University freshmen have been taught that a professor [Joshua Katz] at the institution is an example of racism because he criticized a now-defunct black student group’s aggressive tactics and he opposes giving professors of color a variety of perks, such as additional pay.”
What did Katz do that resulted in him being accused of being a racist? He criticized the actions of a radical student group, and he questioned whether non-white faculty should receive “extra perks for no reason other than … pigmentation.”
So, we must ask, in your opinion, is Professor Katz a racist?
— The College Fix (@CollegeFix) September 30, 2021
Please email [email protected] and share your thoughts and opinions about whether or not Princeton Professor Joshua Katz is a racist merely because he criticized extra pay for black faculty members. Do you believe he’s a racist? Why or why not? Or, is it racist to suggest he’s a racist because he’s white and simply questioned whether people of a different race should receive extra pay because of their race?