WINNING: Leftist Racist DENIED Tenure at UNC

Be still my heart! In a time when Black Leftists are buying multi-million dollar homes, a black Leftist get rejected for a coveted position?

No, not for a home, Silly. But for a prestigious position that would allow her to poison the minds of students.

According to the Post Millennial,

Creator of the controversial 1619 Project for The New York Times, Nikole Hannah-Jones will not yet be receiving tenure in her professorial post and will instead be given a five-year fixed contract as Professor of Practice with the option of being reviewed for tenure at the end of that period, NC Policy Watch reports.

Hannah-Jones was being pursued for a tenured professorship position as UNC-Chapel Hill’s Hussman School of Journalism and Media Knight Chair in Race and Investigative Journalism, with Hannah-Jones beginning the tenure process last summer.

Tenure? Hannah-Jones doesn’t have a Ph.D. In fact here is a synopsis of her life and background:

Hannah-Jones was born in Waterloo, Iowa, to father Milton Hannah, a black man, and  Cheryl A. Novotny, a white woman of Czech and English descent. As part of the Hannah-Jones “narrative”

Hannah-Jones reportedly related that in 1947 her father (age two at the time), along with his mother and older brother, left Greenwood, Mississippi, moving north to Iowa, determined to avoid a life of “picking cotton in the feudal society that was the Mississippi Delta”.

Nice touch.

Also, sources report that Hannah-Jones and her sister attended almost all-white schools as part of a voluntary program of desegregation busing. Did you catch the KEY word? Voluntary.

Next, Hannah-Jones attended Waterloo West High School, where she wrote for the high school newspaper, and graduated in 1994. You can see how bad her life in America was, after her father avoided picking cotton in the Mississippi Delta.

In her continued oppression {ahem}, Hannah-Jones earned a bachelor’s degree in 1998. Not surprising, she studied History and African-American Studies from the University of Notre Dame, in Indiana. Now we see where she became radicalized.

Understand that a half-black, half-white woman is now fixated on her blackness, and determined to undermine half of her heritage.

Radicalism locked and loaded, Hannah Jones headed to North Carolina. She graduated from the University of North Carolina Hussman School of Journalism and Media with a master’s degree, in 2003, where she was a Roy H. Park Fellow. You know; everybody gets a trophy.

Our team showcases the difference in the two Americas. The one that Hannah-Jones believes in, and the TRUE America that provides amazing opportunities for all Americans:

The article continues,

According to Dean of UNC-Hussman Susan King, Hannah-Jones had submitted a tenure package that was as well-received as any she had ever seen, and added that Hannah-Jones received enthusiastic support along the way, up until reaching the UNC-Chapel Hill Board of Trustees who chose not to take action on her application.

“I’m not sure why and I’m not sure if that’s ever happened before,” King said.

UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz told board members that Hannah-Jones was a strong candidate, such that he was willing to offer the five-year fixed term position.

Knight Chairs, which are sponsored by the Knight Foundation, are filled by influential and experienced journalists who split their time between working in classrooms and continuing as journalists. The position doesn’t have to be tenured, but since 1980 when UNC started working with the program, all have been granted tenure.

One UNC-Chapel Hill Board of Trustees member, speaking with Policy Watch on conditions of anonymity called the fixed-term position “A work-around.”

“It’s maybe not a solution that is going to please everyone. Maybe it won’t please anyone. But if this was going to happen, this was the way to get it done,” the trustee continued, adding that “politics” was the reason she didn’t receive tenure.

“This is a very political thing,” they said. “The university and the board of trustees and the Board of Governors and the legislature have all been getting pressure since this thing was first announced last month. There have been people writing letters and making calls, for and against. But I will leave it to you which is carrying more weight.”

According to Policy Watch, “conservative groups with direct ties to the Republican-dominated UNC Board of Governors have been highly critical of Hannah-Jones’s work and the idea of her teaching at UNC-Chapel Hill.”

If conservative groups shut this down, kudos to them.

America doesn’t need any more radicals in academia. And it shouldn’t take “conservative groups” to do it. Instead, academia needs to recognize these racist charlatans and root them out.

Imagine if this white-hating racist got tenure at UNC? How long she would teach the nonsense she learned in undergraduate studies.

Hannah-Jones is a race pimp. I explain her and all the others in my book; a fun and insightful read.


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