Pennsylvania College professor: I chose not to have children, because they’d be white.

A white Ivy League professor has taken to the pages of the Huffington Post to condemn her own race, declaring that she chose never to reproduce because her children would simply inherit white privilege. Ali Michael, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education, was prompted to air her radical views in reaction to the Rachel Dolezal saga, in …

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Oh where to begin. To think she actually is considered educated enough to hold a professorship at University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education. Here is a little science lesson for you Ali. If you were to say marry a non-white male and the two of you would produce offspring, they would not be white, they could be just like President Obama. This way they, like he could rail against white privilege from their non-white side, while at the same time relish in all the richness of white high society. And if anyone criticizes them they can simply cry racism.


So you see professor Ali you do not have to forgo having children to keep them from inheriting any white privilege.

Now then if you really are serious about shedding all your white privilege might I suggest you transfer to a less WHITE school to say maybe Lincoln University of Pennsylvania, or Howard University. Better yet why not take all the education you have and teach classes at a Philadelphia inner city High School. This would surely go a long way in support of your claim of feeling guilty for being white. But by all means do remain childless because America can use a few less of your kind.

Now then where do your former students go to get a refund of their tuition money?

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3 thoughts on “Pennsylvania College professor: I chose not to have children, because they’d be white.

  1. There are a myriad of reasons not to have children. I think I understand what it is she is trying to say but in my opinion human beings innate tendency to be cruel towards one another for so many minor reasons is enough to justify not having children. I wouldn’t solely blame it on white privilege.

    1. Actually she made it very clear what she meant to say. She said she was not going to have children so that they do not inherit the white privilege. Although you wouldn’t blame it on white privilege she did. 🙂 And from what I have seen of children they are innocent and loving most of the time, they learn to hate from others. Granted there are some children who some might call the spawn of satan but most children I have ever worked with were a joy and a delight, and being a parent is a blessing not a curse. Children are not what is wrong with the world adults are. So lets do away with all the adults starting with politicians. 🙂

      1. If she believes that white privilege on some level has caused damage to her race and subconsciously it is reared throughout generations of children and eventually corrupting the mindsets of adults. Not having children may be her idea of a cure for the problem. The same way ppl believe that not having children could slowly eradicate cruelty among human beings (yes I have heard ppl say this). I guess I’m attempting to understand certain peoples theory just as I attempt to understand the theory of children being born as a blessing.

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