This is an unfair situation of a black professor who was denied chair of the Elementary Education Department, allegedly because of her race. In our opinion, we think this professor of California State University of Northridge, Marilyn Joshua Williams is very bold and courageous to admit she has allegedly faced racial discrimination. A few of our journalists of AT2W once lived in California for many years and they have often discussed how weak not only a lot of black women seem to be when it comes to the subject of racism, but also there are many black men who hates another black person whom is honest admit it. For instance, at a community college in the Central Valley, a black woman was approached and harassed by a black guy, because she wore African attire and often defended herself against racial discrimination. He accused her of being militant and from the South. Therefore, this news of this professor speaking about about experiencing racial bias did not surprise us one bit.
It is bad enough both black men and black women hate another person whom admits they have faced racial discrimination, but we wonder, why is it so often black women hate others whom defend themselves? From what we have learned, although there is extreme diversity and bi-racial relationships in California, there is much racism there. It seems like diversity could be used to cover up a lot of racial discrimination, but the sad part is, some black people allow it to happen while they witness the emotional pain of someone else. To some degree, diversity may weaken many black people to be honest about racial discrimination, but it is very sad that is has allegedly caused them to also attack their own race when they boldly admit racism. We are not just speaking of grown African Americans whom reside in California, we are speaking of all ages. Allegedly, there has been so many weak black men and black women whom have hurt their own race for admitting racial discrimination in California and this, is a sort of silent slavery they have willingly succumbed to. We have known of a previous situation when a black woman whom was a professor at a community college in the Central Valley of California who allegedly verbally abused and humiliated a black woman who was placed in her English class because of racism she faced with a white female professor, prior. It is very strange that the spirits of many black natives of California do not unite and will often insult another black woman (or black man) whom honestly admits her own experience with racism.
We really admire Professor Marilyn Joshua Williams and think it is very terrible that she is experiencing an alleged ancient demon of racism in California. Williams would have been the first black chair person over an academic department. Why in the 21st century, CSUN is allegedly denying her to have that position? Obviously, this is a spiritual issue and the fact that many black women (and possibly some black men) are yet dealing with racial bias in California reveals the lack of power among African Americans there. In our opinion, there should have been several black women and black men appointed as chair before Marilyn Williams applied as CSUN; however, this ancient issue probably has not ceased because of many weak black people in disunion who live there.
In the meantime, we are praying for our dear sister, Marilyn Joshua Williams for God to work on her behalf. Really, she should start her own university and be the president of it.