A University of San Diego administrator is proposing that the school audits white student leaders to point out their alleged "whiteness," "white privilege," and "white racial ignorance" under the guise of "racial identity development."
An administrator and former student at the University of San Diego is working diligently to indoctrinate white student leaders in radical Critical Race Theory teaching, which will tell the college kids that no matter what they do, they are "upholding racism."
Gabriella Rangrej says on LinkedIn that in her position of "Living Learning Communities Coordinator," she works to "develop and implement diversity, equity, inclusion, & justice trainings for young adults of diverse backgrounds with an emphasis on anti-oppression and anti-racist frameworks" and to "lead and transform recruitment and selection anti-racism initiative; develop and facilitate implicit bias awareness training." In reality, Rangrej is a foot shoulder in indoctrinating American youth into radical Marxist race theories and foster an environment of class-based guilt.
In the presentation entitled, "Understanding whiteness and Anti-Racist attitudes in white Student Leaders," Rangrej says one of the most important parts "of her undergraduate career at USD was the impact my student leader training had on my racial identity development." In Rangrej's mind, students should be working to be more focused on their race and race should be a larger portion of their identity, instead of the opposite.
Rangrej says student leaders at the university must "take responsibility for their racial education" and must implement "anti-racist practices" in their activities. "Anti-racist" of course does not refer to combating racism but an indoctrination into the world of Critical Race Theory and racial division.
Rangrej says her initiative "blends Critical Race Theory, Leadership Training and White Racial Identity Development." When PEW research asked people, "Is your race very or extremely important to your self identity?" only 15 percent of white people said "Yes," compared to 56 percent Asians, 59 percent of Hispanics, and a whopping 74 percent of black people. In Rangrej's ideal world, it would seem that all those numbers should be 100 percent.