George Lipsitz

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George Lipsitz
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Born 1948 (aged 63)
St. Louis, Missouri, United States

School Critical Race Theory, Cultural Marxism

George Lipsitz (born 1948) is a Jew in the United States active in the "Critical Race Theory", specifically its so-called "Whiteness Studies", where he promotes the white privilege canard, claiming to be opposing "racism", "inequality" and so on. Lipsitz has authored propaganda works such as The Possessive Investment in Whiteness: How White People Profit from Identity Politics. Despite personally owning property purchased for over $1 million in 2005, there is no mention of his group's disproportionate privilege in any of his works. He is a red-professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara in the Department of Black Studies.[3]

Along with fellow critical theory Jews—Tim Wise and Marianne L. Engelman-Lado—Lipsitz is on the board of directors of the African American Policy Forum.[4] This is a similar entryist tactic to the one they used with the NAACP, essentially an attempt to control the black population and use them as a weapon against European Americans. The organisation promotes disposession and discrimination against European Americans through affirmative action.[5] He has also served on the board of directors of the National Fair Housing Alliance, which seeks to discriminate against European Americans in the housing-market and the choice of neighbourhood they decide to live in, again through affirmative action.[6]

Propaganda

  • The Possessive Investment in Whiteness: How White People Profit from Identity Politics
  • A Life in the Struggle: Ivory Perry and the Culture of Opposition
  • Dangerous Crossroads
  • Time Passages
  • American Studies in a Moment of Danger
  • Rainbow at Midnight: Labor and Culture in the 1940s

See also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Conversation with Professor George Lipsitz. Americana (Spring 2002).
  2. George Lipsitz, Closing Lecture, “The Rebellion of Technology: Aesthetics, Destruction, and Democracy”. Teknikaradica (30 January 2004).
  3. Featured Speakers. Black Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara (24 December 2010).
  4. Our Board. African American Policy Forum (24 December 2010).
  5. Affirmative Action. African American Policy Forum (24 December 2010).
  6. NFHA's Mission and Vision. National Fair Housing Alliance (24 December 2010).

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