15 Racist Classroom Presentations That Will Make You Never Want to Send Your Kids to College

The definition of racism, according to Merriam-Webster: 

“A belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race.”

Last week, BuzzFeed came out with an article titled “19 School PowerPoint Presentations that Give Zero F***s.” The list was essentially a tribute to Millennials “bold” enough to call out racism with more racism. Apparently, if you are white and living in America, then your privilege must be checked by these woke college kids.

According to the article, here are the unforgivable crimes committed by “white people” being taught at your local community college campus:

1. Calling an entire race a “Plague”


2. Unique.

3. Promoting literal segregation.


4. “Y’all White People Are Dangerous: The Horror Story”


5. White people are “colonizing” people through dance and slang.

Dont miss the ‘Make America Brown Again” shirt.

6. Privilege Checked.

7. Wondering if white tears would be the actual color white or clear like everyone else’s?

8. Are you white? Yep, probably a racist.

9. There’s one more myth that you have yet to break your kid’s heart over.

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10. When legitimate racism isn’t legitimate because someone else said so.


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11. They say that imitation is the best form of flattery. Unless you actually do it. Then it’s racist.

12. Suddenly being a white person equates to being mentally ill.

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13. Thinking you were going to get through this list without hearing about your privilege. Nice try.


14. Targeting the atrocities of western culture while ignoring everyone

And every argument ending with feelings instead of facts.

15. Again, forgetting the log in your own eye.

Racism does exist. It is wrong. It is also wrong, and deeply small-minded, to assume only white people can be racist. Racism exists in all walks of society. I know this from personal experience. Glorifying a list of anti-white classroom presentations (you can read the full list here) without considering that you are, by it’s very definition, promoting racism, is an irresponsible and dangerous.

Thank you BuzzFeed, for this refresher on what the literal definition of racism is and why we must fight it.

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