Irami Osei-Frimpong is a black teaching assistant at the University of Georgia (UGA) who advocated killing white people to help black progress.
When the school caught wind of his racist views, they gave him a free pass.
But now, the university just got the worst news imaginable about the racist teaching assistant.
Osei-Frimpong is known as the racist teacher’s assistant at UGA who got into hot water for advocating killing white people.
He also likened southern white people to “autistic kids” and “sociopaths.”
He even claimed that white people who post pictures of themselves on social media holding guns are “terrorists.”
The university investigated the racist situation and did nothing, despite his obvious racism.
But that decision just came back to bite them.
Multiple UGA donors have decided to pull funding because the university kept the “Kill Whites” college teacher around.
Campus Reform reports:
Some University of Georgia alumni say they will not donate to the school again after administrators didn’t take any disciplinary action against a teaching assistant who made controversial comments such as “some white people may have to die for black communities to be made whole in this struggle to advance to freedom.”
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However, as reported by Campus Reform, the judiciary panel, which dealt with Osei-Frimpong, ruled there were no “facts which are material” left out of the TA’s application to the school. As a result, Osei Frimpong faced no disciplinary measures.
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“UGA won’t get a donation from me! NO! I will send my money directly to my niece on campus,” Dr. Catherine Sullivan, a graduate of UGA, told Campus Reform. “UGA has some major explanations to give and I don’t want to hear them! This is totally unacceptable!”
Sullivan also accused UGA of having “double standards,” when it comes to issues regarding conservative and liberal speech.
Another donor who told Campus Reform he wishes to be unnamed said that he hasn’t donated to the university since the Osei Frimpong incident began: “I haven’t donated to the university and don’t intend to until he’s held responsible for his actions. The university is trying to sweep this under the rug and judging by the lack of coverage in the mainstream media they were successful.”
But funding isn’t the only problem UGA created for itself by keeping around a racist teacher.
Some parents and high school students have begun looking elsewhere for their degrees, saying they don’t want to attend a school that supports racism.
Critics argue UGA had it coming to them.
UGA couldn’t honestly expect to turn a blind eye to racism and get the golden treatment.
They say Osei-Frimpong got a pass because he’s black.
Everyone knows that if Osei-Frimpong were white and made similar comments about blacks, he would have been denounced, fired, and sued.
But since a black person said it, he got off scot free.
This is just another example of racism against white people in academia.
Do you agree with University of Georgia donors pulling their funding in retaliation for the campus giving an anti-white racist a free pass?
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