Wesley Muhammad, a professor at San Francisco State University, said at the Saviours Day Convention in Chicago, an official Nation of Islam event, "It is Jewish genius that has helped… to weaponize the weed so that it may effeminize the black male of America. And be clear, it is Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam that is standing in between the total demasculinization of the black man in America."
The "Pot Plot" is a popular theory within the Nation of Islam, a radical cult Muhammad is a member of led by Louis Farrakhan. A few years back, Muhammad’s lecture at a Philadelphia black beauty expo, titled: How to Make a Homosexual: The Scientific Assault on Black America, was cancelled due to the hateful content of the speech.
His SFSU bio says that Muhammad is a lecturer in the Africana Studies Department of SFSU's College of Ethnic Studies. The bio also mentions Muhammad’s writings in the newspaper of the Nation of Islam hate group and his book, "Understanding the Assault on the Black Man, Black Manhood and Black Masculinity." The book contains chapter titles such as: Why Saggin is Faggin and Birth of the Black Man (God).
The SFSU bio also notes Muhammad’s role in Tariq Nasheed's documentary which claimed that white slave owners had turned black men gay and that blacks are a "master race."
SFSU has always been one of the major anti-Semitic campuses in America. Hatem Bazian, the co-founder of the Students for Justice in Palestine hate group, got his start at SFSU.
A column written by the coordinator for San Francisco’s Jewish Community Relations Council described an event that happened, saying, "Hatem Bazian and a group of about 25 students storm the offices of the student newspaper, the Golden Gater. They destroy hundreds of copies of that day's edition. They yell anti-Semitic and racist epithets in the newsroom."
In 2017, a lawsuit was filed by SFSU’s Jewish students claimed, SFSU "...has not merely fostered and embraced anti-Jewish hostility — it has systematically supported these departments and student groups as they have doggedly organized their efforts to target, threaten, and intimidate Jewish students on campus and deprive them of their civil rights and their ability to feel safe and secure as they pursue their education." The lawsuit was dismissed by a federal judge.