A UCLA professor has been placed on leave because he refused to give special privileges to black students over the white students during a crucial exam.
Gordon Klein, a professor of accounting at the Anderson School of Management, refused to adhere to demands from non-black students who were using the protests for deceased drug addict serial felon George Floyd as an excuse to virtue signal on behalf of their black brethren.
The students asked special treatment for blacks due to “traumas, we have been placed in a position where we much choose between actively supporting our black classmates or focusing on finishing up our spring quarter.
“We believe that remaining neutral in times of injustice brings power to the oppressor and therefore staying silent is not an option,” the students wrote.
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