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Smith College Alums Demand Whistleblower Jodi Shaw Undergo More White Privilege "Training" to "Safely Interact With Students"

Added 11-29-20 06:38:02pm EST - “After Jodi Shaw exposed Critical Race training at Smith College, an alumni Open Letter asserts that Shaw's "deep preoccupation with disavowing the idea of White privilege, is indeed in need of further training before she can safely…” - Legalinsurrection.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Legalinsurrection.com: “Smith College Alums Demand Whistleblower Jodi Shaw Undergo More White Privilege "Training" to "Safely Interact With Students"”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

After Jodi Shaw exposed Critical Race training at Smith College, an alumni Open Letter asserts that Shaw’s “deep preoccupation with disavowing the idea of White privilege, is indeed in need of further training before she can safely interact with students and fellow staff in the course of her employment.”

On November 23, 2020, Jodi Shaw, the whistleblower alumna and Student Support Coordinator of Smith College, who has asked the college to stop reducing her “personhood to a racial category”, shared on Facebook the following “snippet” of a then-forthcoming Open Letter against her:

The the Open Letter (archive)(which is not dated, but appears to be finalized on November 11, 2020) is currently signed by 55 alumnae of Smith College (archive), ranging from the graduating class of 1984 to 2020. (The 20th century signatories, however, are in the minority).

The Open Letter begins as follows (please note that the word “white” is capitalized, which is typically frowned upon by proponents of Ibram Kendi’s “Anti-Racism” doctrine):

Recently, a White staff member at the College began posting inflammatory videos to a YouTube account, the first of which [see NOTE below*] has amassed––at the time of this writing–– fifty-five thousand views. We have provided a link to a Vimeo here, so as to avoid contributing additional views––and therefore YouTube ad revenue––to the staff member in question. These videos expound at length, though with little actual detail, on various complaints about this staff member’s conditions of employment, largely relating to the College’s recent efforts to implement implicit bias and anti-racist training as a means of embracing equity and inclusion both on and off campus.

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