Tuesday, 20 June 2017

White university professor fired after ‘queer, black, fed-up feminist’ accuses her of racism

Judy Morelock, a University of Tennessee Knoxville professor, was fired after student Kayla Parker alleged that after a debate about the history of slavery went south, she was called racist by the lecturer.
“I’ve never seen this before,” Parker said on Medium’s Student Voices titled “Beware of Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: The Tale of A Progressive Professor Who Forgot To Hide Her Racism And Got Her A** Fired.”
“I was shocked,” she wrote. “I knew it was something out of the ordinary when I saw her posting on my Facebook, because I’ve never seen a professor do that.”
On the site, Parker describes herself as a “queer, Black, and fed up feminist.”
Parker claimed that though Morelock wore a safety pin as an accessory to prove that she’s an ally for minorities and is aligned with the Black Lives Matter movement, nothing shook Morelock “more than a confident, Black woman contradicting her in front of a classroom of her own students.”
The two faced off after Morelock issued a multiple choice quiz to her class, where Parker was in attendance.
Parker said the question read:
Historical research on African-American families during slavery shows that: A) Family ties weren’t important in African cultures where the slaves ancestors originated; consequently, family bonds were never strong among slaves. B) Two-parent families were extremely rare during the slave period. C) Black family bonds were destroyed by the abuses of slave owners, who regularly sold off family members to other slave owners. D) Most slave families were headed by two parents.
Parker said that she chose C, but that the answer was marked wrong.
Parker reported that Morelock advised her that D was the correct answer, and to clarify Parker emailed Morelock for further clarification on her response. In her email, Parker added information which supported her original answer.
According to Parker, Morelock continued to disagree with Parker, and later posted about their discussion on Facebook, where she and her friends and family discussed Parker’s email.
Parker alleged that after she became aware of Morelock’s Facebook post, the teacher-student relationship deteriorated.
She claimed that Morelock began “making backhanded comments directed at me.”
“For example,” she wrote, “‘Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to bring the textbook to class today because my bag is full of other texts for a student who requires further evidence on subjects I teach in class.'”
Parker alleged that Morelock figuratively opened up the platform for Parker to lecture the class on the topic of slavery, which was livestreamed on Facebook.
As week after Parker lectured the class, she alleged that Morelock shared further comments about Parker on Facebook.
According to Parker, some of the comments included:
“‘She’s on LinkedIn trying to establish professional contacts, this should be fun!'”
“‘After the semester is over and she is no longer my student, I will post her name, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.. after she graduates, all bets are off.'”
“‘I don’t forget malevolent attempts to harm me. #karmawillfindyou.'”
“‘Ignore the facts, promote a misinformed viewpoint, trash me and I will fight you.'”
After the alleged comments went viral, the University of Tennessee allowed Parker to be transferred out of the class, and Morelock was removed from her position at the school and placed on administrative leave.
Upon Morelock’s removal, she wrote to her class on Facebook and said, “A student and her friends posted inflammatory, derogatory, libelous comments on her Facebook page and demeaned my character, honesty, and integrity … Nonetheless, she filed a complaint against me with [the University] administration and they decided she has the right to impugn my character but I had no right to defend myself. Consequently, I’ve been placed on administration leave and will likely be terminated this week.”
Morelock was terminated after her final Facebook post to her class, and the remainder of her contract — which was set to expire in July — was bought out by the university.
After her firing, Morelock reportedly spoke to a reporter via Facebook and said, “For this woman to publicly call me a racist is outrageous and unconscionable, as promoting racial justice has been a large part of my life’s work.”
Parker revealed that Morelock shared a post prior to being fired that she interpreted to be a direct jab.
The posting was a purportedly a meme that read, “Please accept this complimentary dildo, and go f**k yourself.”
Though Parker was adamant that Morelock did not use any racial epithets or pejoratives, she felt that the way Morelock responded to Parker’s correction exhibited “racism.”
“If students can’t raise questions in class, it’s not a thriving, healthy academic institution,” she wrote. “College is supposed to be a place where you can agree and disagree and have intellectual discussions and that’s all I was trying to do.”


  1. seems 'black' is a golden ticket to be insubordinate. i've disagreed with lots of teachers, i guess they were racist

  2. EVOLUTION ---
    If you DON'T believe in it you are "stupid"
    If you DO believe in it you are a RACIST.
    White/Asian people have 2-3% Neanderthal genes that "original man" Africans do not have due to remaining in africa. "This means that, even today, anyone with a Eurasian ancestry – from Chinese to Scandinavian and North American – has a small element of Neanderthal DNA," said the researchers. The wise EVOLUTION preaching Scholars tell us that the difference between Humans and Chimps is 1% of genes ....... do you follow?
    Sub-Saharan Africans are so phenotypically and genetically divergent from the true 'modern humans' (i.e. Sapiens / Neanderthalis hybrids) that they should be classified as a separate subspecies (or more precisely truly anatomically *and cognitively* modern humans w/ Neandethal admixture should.)

    1. They average 70 IQ in Africa, and 82IQ in the U.S. because of all the jewish slave auction masters breeding them with Irish slaves for suitable house blacks.

  3. The African Slave Trade was made possible by European Jews, not whites. White Europeans would have ended the morally corrupt practice of slavery in North America much sooner if it weren’t for powerful Jewish businessmen lobbying to keep their profitable industry alive. As Rabbi and historian, Bertram Korn said, “many Southern Jews believed slavery to be indispensable to their happiness and security. “The road to social and economic advancement and acceptance [for the Jews] was made easier by the institution of slavery.”

    The African Slave Trade, was not the beginning of slavery in the Americas. There were White slaves [Scots-Irish,English] here before big jew brought the Africans over. Black slaves were expensive [ $60k in today's money] and treated well by comparison, but White slaves were cheap, hence the White slaves were expendable and did the most grueling and dangerous work. Reference books: " White Cargo" & "They Were White and They were Slaves".

    Slavery wasn't a new thing in Africa. The Arab Slave Trade had been going on for 1,000 years prior to this. So, if you were to modernize or update this event, blacks sold other blacks to jews for some watered-down Hennessy and fake-gold chains. Also notable is that very few whites owned slaves due to the prohibitive cost and because they were extremely poor. Some whites in the south actually picked cotton and tried to raise families off that. Blacks and jews actually owned more slaves per capita that whites, who were referred to as 'Christians' at that time.

    Who brought the Slaves to America?

    Dr. Tony Martin - The Jewish Role in the African Slave Trade

    The True World Masters of Slavery…Do You Still Believe It Was The White Man?

    Who brought the Slaves to America?

    White Slaves of Black Masters

    Elite Jewry, when supporting multicultural policies, concurrently employ a strategy of divide and conquer. Israel Cohen (Jewish) sums up this strategy with the following quote:

    "We must realize that our party’s most powerful weapon is racial tensions. By propounding into the consciousness of the dark races that for centuries they have been oppressed by whites, we can mold them to the program of the Communist Party. In America we will aim for subtle victory. While inflaming the Negro minority against the whites, we will endeavor to instill in the whites a guilt complex for their exploitation of the Negroes. We will aid the Negroes to rise in prominence in every walk of life, in the professions and in the world of sports and entertainment. With this prestige, the Negro will be able to intermarry with the whites and begin a process which will deliver America to our cause. — Thomas Abernathy read this passage into the Congressional Record on June 7, 1957 (vol. 103, p. 8559)