We are featuring Dr. Elisabeth Gruner, one of the University of Richmond’s English Professors once again. Why? Because we want to illustrate exactly how Professors can gaslight their students and mold them into little activists. We will be walking you through Professor Gruner’s English 299 syllabus. Week by week, she erodes away at the minds of her students by gaslighting and subverting everything they once held dear. By the end of the class, the students are at lectures with notorious activist leaders. Don’t believe us? Well, watch the whole video because we don’t make these claims lightly.
0:00 – Intro
1:05 – English 299 Education in Fiction and Fact
1:32 – Democracy in Schools
1:55 – The Dangers of a Single Story
3:26 – Questioning your Family Values
4:11 – Does Growing up mean Growing Apart?
5:05 – Activist Literature
6:12 – Collins’ Argument that the Colorblind Society is the New Racism
6:46 – Philadelphia Public Schools Footage disproving Collins
10:21 – Arne Duncan, Obama’s Secretary of Education
11:26 – Reading BLM Propaganda Literature
12:15 – Activism is the Solution
12:30 – Patrisse Cullors
15:19 – Criticism of Cullors from within Black Lives Matter
16:17 – One Book, One Richmond 2018: When They Call You a Terrorist. A Black Lives Matter Memoir
16:34 – UR Guest Speaker: Janaya Khan, wife of Patrisse Cullors
17:04 – University of Richmond’s Womxn of Color Conference
17:27 – More on Janaya Khan
18:36 – BLM goes Bankrupt
20:45 – Does Gruner tell her students about how these are grifters?
20:53 – The Evils of Harry Potter
21:39 – $81,000 to get Indoctrinated
22:40 – Outro
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