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‘Pyramid of White Supremacy’ taught in required class for college’s elementary education majors By Dave Urbanski

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A “Pyramid of White Supremacy” is taught as part of a required course for elementary education majors at Salisbury University in Maryland, a public college funded with tax dollars.

The white supremacy pyramid — which places “Genocide” (i.e., mass murder) at the top — is part of a one-credit course titled, “Diversity and the Self,” according to Campus Reform, which first reported the story.

“In a pyramid, every brick depends upon the one below it for support,” the pyramid’s accompanying caption reads. “If the bricks at the bottom are removed, the whole structure comes tumbling down.”

After “Genocide,” in descending order, are the following categories:

  • Violence (e.g., unjust police shootings, lynchings, hate crimes, police brutality)
  • Calls for violence (e.g., neo-Nazis, KKK, the N-word)
  • Discrimination (e.g., racial profiling, hiring discrimination, stop and frisk)
  • Veiled racism (e.g., racist jokes, racist mascots, cultural appropriation)
  • Minimization (e.g., “We all belong to the human race,” denial of white privilege, white savior complex)
  • Indifference (e.g., not challenging racist jokes, avoiding confrontation with racist family members)

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