This bitch is just trolling at this point.
New York Times writer and “1619 Project” author Nikole Hannah-Jones has rejected the tenured position of the Knight Chair in Race and Investigative Journalism at the University of North Carolina (UNC)’s Hussman School of Journalism and Media, and will instead be accepting a role at historically black college Howard University.
“I’ve decided to decline the offer of tenure. I will not be teaching on the faculty of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,” Hannah-Jones told host Gayle King Tuesday on CBS This Morning.
“Instead, I’m going to be the inaugural Knight Chair in Race and Journalism at Howard University,” Hannah-Jones disclosed.
Hannah-Jones turned down the offer after UNC Chapel Hill trustees voted 9-4 in favor of granting her tenure — a decision that followed months of controversy over Hannah-Jones’ “divisive” and heavily scrutinized work claiming that the United States was founded on the institution of slavery, as well as the “legalized discrimination against black Americans.”
The author of the “1619 Project” — who had refused to start her job at UNC unless she was immediately granted tenure — went on to claim that “every other Chair before me, who also happened to be white, received that position with tenure.”
“It was embarrassing to be the first person to be denied tenure,” the UNC alumna told King. “I didn’t want this to become a public scandal. I didn’t want to drag my university through the pages of newspapers because I was the first, and the only, black person in that position to be denied tenure.”
“This did not become public because of anything that I did,” she insisted.
When asked why she believes UNC did not initially grant her tenure, Hannah-Jones said, “It’s pretty clear that my tenure was not taken up because of political opposition, because of discriminatory views against my viewpoints, and I believe my race, and my gender.”
Hannah-Jones went on to say that she accepted a position at a historically black college, in part, because she feels she already “fought the battle that I wanted to fight” and “won” due to the fact that UNC ultimately voted on her tenure.
“It’s not my job to heal the University of North Carolina,” Hannah-Jones said.
This isn’t really about the fact that she is black. The bitch is barely even black.
She’s an ugly quadroon who could pass for Puerto Rican if she changed her hair (and she might in fact do her hair that way to remind you that she is, in fact, part African, and therefore higher on the progressive stack than the Latinx she could be mistaken for).
This is standard female manipulation/abuse protocol.
We’ve all experienced a situation where a woman made you prove that you were willing to have sex with her only to deny you sex. Or, I guess maybe younger people haven’t experienced that. Nothing to be ashamed of – we assure you.
But this same technique is used by women in the workplace.
Basically, a woman’s entire reality is bound up in deciding who she does and doesn’t have sex with, and manipulating people she is maybe thinking about possibly having sex with, or thinking about pretending she is maybe thinking about possibly having sex with them in order to manipulate them.
As she ages, she uses the same kinds of manipulation and emotional blackmail techniques in different ways, leveraging the social order around her that she has seniority in instead of leveraging the power of her vagina. But it remains that every aspect of a woman’s standard, traditional interactions with her environment are about manipulation and psychological abuse.
Therefore, when you bring women out into the public space, they use these same sorts of abusive techniques on the professional level.
Speaking of women doing things to hurt people – did you guys know Sandman is still around?
If you’re not familiar with his work, please go check it. You won’t regret it. He’s an OG MGTOW guy, and just about as tapped in as it gets on the WQ.