A Black female professor Shannon Gibney works at the Minneapolis Community and Technical College.
She received a formal reprimand from her supervisor for acting and speaking in an anti-White manner; this she calls “racism”.
She claimed to be “shocked [at] his whole demeanor”, describing it to be very offensive to her.
She claimed that she was opposed to “whiteness”, and that what she said about White people was not personal, saying it was the “system” she opposed.
She said “He was taking it personally. I tried to explain, of course, in a reasonable manner—as reasonable as I could, given the fact that I was being interrupted and put on the spot in the middle of class—that this is unfortunately the context of 21st-century America.”
In essence, what she was saying was that if you opposed or took offense to what she said, you were being oppressive.
This just goes to show how anti-racist is a codeword for anti-White.