Smithsonian African American History Museum Defines ‘Whiteness’: Individualism, Science, Hard Work

The National Museum of African American History and Culture, part of the U.S. government-run Smithsonian Institution, includes a web page about “whiteness” in America that defines it to include individualism, science, and hard work. The web page on whiteness appears to have been live on the museum’s website for just over a month, according to a search of the Internet Archive. It offers definitions and educational materials for explaining “systemic racism.” One guide, drawn from “data” on a chart created in 1990, advises that features of “whiteness” include “rugged individualism,” the nuclear family, an “emphasis on the scientific method,” and a belief that “hard work is the key to success.”

This is your hard-earned tax dollars at work…not.  You really can’t make this stuff up, folks.  If I were black, I’d be pretty offended by this nonsense.  After all, let’s be honest..  They’re defining being white as being smart and hard working.  Therefore…by contrast,  that means being black, according to this museum’s web site, means being dumb an lazy.  Like I said, if I were black, I’d be pretty pissed off.  This is the kind of ridiculous crap that is dividing America falsely, and worse, its being done by a federal organization paid by our taxes!  This so-called “whiteness” definition is bs.  Some white people are liberal, socialist, Democrats who believe in collectivism.  But, there are also some white people who are conservative Republicans who do believe in rugged individualism and hard work.   Anyway..  if you want to lose more IQ points and read the rest of this article, click on the text above.

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