Apparently,Exams Perpetuate White Privilege

The cry against “white privilege” can be heard loud and clear across the United States these days.

It seems like everyone has a justification for why it absolutely exists and how it has crippled their quality of life.

Now a group of college students claim they should be given special treatment in the classroom stating “white privilege” as their justification.

A group of angry students at the University of California, Berkeley bombarded a professor during class in an attempt to get out of an exam scheduled to take place during that very class.

The students ranted in front of the classroom for at least ten minutes keeping students who had studied and prepared from taking the test.

Unsurprisingly, the students protesting the exam were from minority groups.

One student was even wearing a shirt that read: “CAUTION: Educated Student of Color.”

They demanded they be given a “take-home essay with significant time to prepare,” claiming they deserved it to counteract “white privilege.”

Their lives as minority students are just too difficult for them to be able to cope with all the racism they face every day and also find enough time to study. Their lack of “white privilege” made them unable to adequately study, so therefore they deserve extra help to pass their exam.

One student explained, “Our well-beings are being put on the line because of our emotional, mental, and physical stress that [Berkeley] is compounding with what is already going on in our every day lives.”

Another student tried to elaborate by saying, “The content of this class and the way it is being taught is not satisfactory. And even if it is … we feel that we haven’t had the opportunity to interact with the text and information. We demand that you make and [hold space] to [study] the voices of students of color,”

This statement doesn’t even make sense. First, they claim the professor was incompetent and unable to teach them the material correctly, and then immediately say, “Well even if he did, we didn’t connect with it because our voice as a person of color was not heard.” How is that even a legitimate argument?

When a male student interjected that he would just like to take the test, he was met with the hostile response of one of the protesters, “We’re trying to live our lives … white boy with privilege.”

Somehow, being a responsible student made this young man and many other students in the classroom perpetrators of “white privilege.”

In fact, upon watching the video, you can also hear the test-taking students being compared to white supremacists!

This is just another example of liberals trying to use racism to give minorities extra privileges to give them the advantage over white Americans. And now they have pulled the next generation into their damaging nonsense.

It’s as if the only way to give them an equal opportunity is to actually have them do lessto compensate for their “disability.” This is not only counterproductive, but it spits in the face of any hard-working person, especially those of a minority.

The next generation is already being raised to think they are entitled to everything they want. And they think if something gets too hard it is someone else’s job to rescue them.

In fact, young adults now boast on social media when they feel like they have had a good day of “adulting.” Proving even when they act like a responsible adult, they still need praise and affirmation from others to feel good about themselves.

When you take this already entitled attitude and couple it with the idea that the family you are born into could determine if you have extra privileges or should be given extra privileges, you create a catastrophically toxic environment.

How can equality ever be reached if we tell one group to work less to get special treatment and another group their hard work is worth less because they were born with privileges?

How would you react if your child was in this classroom?

Which side would you want them to be on? Tell us in the comments below.

Watch the full video below.

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