University to Host Workshop to Combat ‘White Supremacist’ and ‘Misogynist’ Trump ‘Regime’

The University of Nebraska at Omaha will soon host a workshop for “anti-racist allies” to develop “action plans” that confront America’s “foundation of systemic oppression” in the context of “the current political climate.”

The upcoming “Anti-Racist Allies” workshop was inspired by a recent book titled Rhetorics of Whiteness by UNO professor Tammie Kennedy, who will lead the discussion on “taking action against white supremacy.”

Participants will “work towards undoing the racism many white people have been raised with.”

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“In light of the current political climate, the understanding of racism has been shaken, and revealed what many people of color have known and named for generations,” namely that “the United States was built on a foundation of systemic oppression that has deeply normalized white supremacy,” a description for the event asse…

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