Portland Community College Prepares For “Whiteness History Month”
As first reported by the Daily Caller back in January, Portland Community College prepares for “whiteness history month” at its four different campuses in the metro area, and a number of off-campus events, as well.
In total, more than 100 events will be taking place in this white-shaming spectacle and indoctrination festival.
Such event themes include “A Call for Reparations From the White Community for Stolen Black Lives and Resources”; “The problem of White Leadership”; “Becoming White”, where “Whiteness allows white folks to ignore their race”; “IMAGINE! A World Without Whiteness”, “It’s Not My Fault: Whites and Racism”… and the list goes on and on, with each event seemingly more wacked out than the previous.
But PCC officials are quick to try to say this has nothing to do with white people or shaming anyone.
“The college views this project as part of a larger national conversation around race and social justice on America’s college campuses,” Sylvia Kelley, interim president of PCC, said in a statement.
“It’s not about shame or guilt. it’s about education and empowerment,” according to a video posted this month.
PCC officials say the goal is changing the climate on campus for both white and nonwhite students by “changing how we talk about racism.”
PCC linked to three promo videos for this gala month on their website, if you know where to look. The videos were set to “unlisted” on their YouTube channel and with the comments disabled. Here are the videos, reuploaded, set to be public and searchable, and with comments enabled.