USC Professor 'Excited' by BLM Riots and Looting
There is a heated national debate about the failure and state of American education.
At a time when students across the country should be returning back to school, most are forced to do virtual classes because of the COVID-19 shutdown. And some are questioning the far-left curriculum being taught at universities.
As students are logging into their online courses from home, parents are seeing first-hand some of the radical anti-American curriculum that permeates most U.S. colleges. Course like Critical Race Theory, Inequality and Social Justice, Classic and Contemporary Marxism, Feminist Philosophy and Queer Theory, just to name a few.
With so much focus on “social justice,” Black Lives Matter, and other anti-white, anti-capitalism revisionist history being promoted in American universities, how can students survive the brainwashing and far-left propaganda? What is the mindset of the so-called “educators” who are promoting this curriculum? What is Social Justice? What is the end goal these professors?
To help answer these questions and discuss why she's 'excited' by the riots and looting in American cities, Fallen State TV host Jesse Lee Peterson interviews Dr. Chris Finley, Assistant Professor of American and Ethnic Studies at USC. Dr. Finley has a very interesting area of expertise in her teaching. Not only is she a member of the Colville Confederated tribes, and therefore a Native American herself, but she also focuses on topics such as: decolonizing the native body, indigenous feminist theory, and indigenous queer theory.
Watch this mind-blowing and revealing conversation.
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