Author Archives: Robert S. Griffin, Ph.D.
To put this writing in its context, it needs to be kept in mind that a thing is whatever it is, and it’s not any other thing. In Orlando, Florida in the early morning hours of June 12th, 2016, 49 people were killed and 53 injured in Pulse, a gay nightclub, by, it appears at […]
For its fourth anniversary issue in the fall of 2016, Le Harfang, a French Canadian white nationalist publication, invited foreign contributions from a number of people, including me as an American. We were tasked with producing an article that 1) speaks to how the contributor sees the world for white people “in four or forty […]
At this writing—April 28th, 2014—there is an enormous flap over what were deemed the racist remarks of Donald Sterling, the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers professional basketball team, in a telephone conversation with his girlfriend that has gone public. No less than the President of the United States has weighed in on the matter: […]
|Blog Post:||The Present—And Future—State of Higher Education in America|
Read Parts One and Two before proceeding here. It is remarkable how universal a negative, critical, view of Whites as a race is in today’s university. Every course, every speaker, every professional article and book, every “welcome week” activity in the fall, every program in the dorms, every word uttered in faculty meetings, every […]
This material depends on familiarity with Part One. Please read that before proceeding here. David Roediger is a White professor of African American studies at the University of Illinois. He is a leading voice in the White abolitionist movement, as it is called: “It is not merely that whiteness is oppressive and false,” he asserts, […]
I teach a university course in education taken by undergraduate liberal arts students—they aren’t education majors—who take the course as an elective. It focuses on contemporary elementary and secondary public schooling and, to a lesser extent, the circumstance in universities. Among the required readings this semester (Fall, 2013) are sections of a book edited by […]