University Prof Who Called for ‘White Genocide’ Gets to Keep His Job

Drexel University announced yesterday that it will not take action against the professor who tweeted that all he wants “for Christmas is White Genocide.”

George Ciccariello-Maher, Associate Professor of Politics and Global Studies, sent the tweet in question on Christmas Eve, followed by another that bolstered the white genocide in Haiti as a “very good thing indeed.”

The professor defended his tweets, claiming it was a satirical take on white genocide, which is a “figment of the racist imagination.”

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Drexel initially denounced the tweet, calling it “utterly reprehensible” and “deeply disturbing,” yet on Thursday released a statement calling Ciccariello-Maher’s language “protected speech” that should not be “taken at face value.”

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