This page contains links to videos and articles dealing with two related occurrences, both dealing with Postmodern neo-Marxist ideology within academia:
1. The 2017 Evergreen State meltdown serves as the logical (NB: a non-Postmodern concept!) outcome of the radical imposition on Equity and Critical Race Theory in a college community. The hysteria put people’s lives in danger.
2. The Grievance studies Hoax: Starting in 2017, a two-year project was undertaken by some anti-Postmodern scholars to expose the inauthenticity of various “Grievance” studies, whereby “fake” scholarly papers were submitted and some published in academic journals. Ultimately, seven articles were accepted for publication, with one winning an award. Two of the articles were based on thoughts expressed in “Mein Kampf”.
Documentary on the 2017 Evergreen State Meltdown
In 2017, at Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA, a decision was made by the already strongly-Leftist administration to adopt a hard-core Equity program, with a strong focus on Race. While most of the faculty, staff, and students fell into line with this move, two faculty members — Evolutionary Biologists Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying — voiced opposition to the program, and refused to participate.
As the controversy unfolded, it ultimately devolved into violence in the form of vandalism, with building windows and cars smashed with bats in an effort to locate Weinstein and Heying.
Here is a 3-part video series documenting the meltdown:
“Grievance Scholars” Meeting with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying
The three principal participants of the Grievance Studies hoax met with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying in 2018, after their hoax was exposed to discuss ways to push back against the entrenched Postmodern neo-Marxist ideology within academia
Bret and Heather are both Evolutionary biologists, and married to one another. They left Evergreen State after the meltdown in 2017.
What all of five of them had in common was a severe pushback from the radical Left, which essentially has dictatorial control within academia.