FSU Uses KKK Photo In ‘History Of Karen’ Class To Help Promote Examination Of ‘White Womanhood’Michael Cantrell
A brand new upcoming class at Florida State University is reportedly promising to take a look at the “weaponizing” of White womanhood, whatever that means. A flyer for the class says it will be put on during the summer 2021 section of WST 4930 with the main discussion of the course focusing on the “History of Karen.”
This, ladies and gentlemen, is what your hard earned money for your child’s college tuition is paying.
According to BizPacReview, the poster for the class features a cartoon with an emoji with a stereotypical hairstyle along with an image of women draped in KKK attire.
“The activation of white terror is a white woman’s soft power,” the poster says. “We like to masculinize white supremacy, to presume it reeks of testosterone, when in fact, it is just as likely to be spritzed by perfume.”
“The course advertises a syllabus of books including Hood Feminism by Mikki Kendall, Too Fat, Too Slutty, Too Loud: The Rise and Reign of the Unruly Woman by Anne Helen Peterson, and Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower by Brittney Cooper, on whom Campus Reform previously reported after she said “F*ck each and every Trump supporter,” the BPR report said.
The class is going to be taught by Megan Martinez, who, according to her profile “primarily researches the history of racial violence and racial inequality in the US and its legacies.”
Let’s be clear. None of this garbage has any scholarly basis. It is full of myth-making, illusion and lies designed to promote racial strife. Comic books are better written than this junk although these supposed textbooks do provide some good laughs.