Mike Adams

Despite the fact that my policy of punishing whites en masse is not novel, I expect that there will be quite a stir at the end of the semester when students find out that I am completely serious about strengthening the UNC commitment to educational racism. Scores of students will undoubtedly storm the Dean’s office in December demanding that I remove the deductions from their final averages.

But I will refuse to retract my racist policies unless the UNC system retracts its own. It will be difficult for the UNC administration to fire a professor for adopting the system’s own racist philosophy. If others follow my lead, it will be damned near impossible.

Generally speaking, it isn’t nice to develop discriminatory policies that vary according to race. But, here in the educational system, administrators do so because they think they are smarter than people who are not in academia.

In implementing racist policies, they only hold themselves to the requirement that the ends must justify the means. Soon we’ll see how they defend themselves when others follow suit.


Mike Adams

Mike Adams is a criminology professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and author of Letters to a Young Progressive: How To Avoid Wasting Your Life Protesting Things You Don't Understand.