Georgia colleges address concern about white privilege teaching
Presidents, deans and educators in Georgia’ s public university system say they’ re not teaching courses that identify white, heterosexual, Christian men as“ intrinsically privileged and oppressive.”. - Ken Wolter/Dreamstime/TNS

ATLANTA — Presidents, deans and educators in Georgia’s public university system — in response to recent questions from a state lawmaker on the topic — say they’re not teaching courses that identify white, heterosexual, Christian men as “intrinsically privileged and oppressive.” The majority of the 26 University System of Georgia colleges and universities did say they’re teaching one or more courses that delve into topics such as “privilege” and “oppression,” but insist it’s not being done to malign white people. State Rep. Emory Dunahoo, a Republican, asked University System of Georgia Chancel...