Professor’s ‘racist’ rant shows racism, sexism in UC Berkeley

A lecturer at the University of California Berkeley has sparked a Twitter storm after suggesting that the race of some students should not be considered an indicator of how much racism exists in society.

The professor, Jerald Davenport, said he was “surprised and appalled” by the comments of a student who commented that he was black and that it was “a sign of racism”.

Professor Davenworth was speaking on a panel at the UC Berkeley sociology department about the state of race relations in the US and Canada when he made the comments.

“It is not a good thing to have that type of relationship.””

In his speech Professor Davons comments were condemned by social media users who described the remarks as racist. “

It is not a good thing to have that type of relationship.”

In his speech Professor Davons comments were condemned by social media users who described the remarks as racist.

Professor Daverons comments are so disgusting they make me feel sick.

https://t.co/Jq6K7xlKtG — katy zellner (@katyzellner) September 18, 2019 Professor Davenports remarks have prompted backlash from social media and academics, with one Twitter user writing: “So he really said something about race?

I am so disappointed.

His comments are disgusting and racist.

The worst part is he doesn’t even realize it.”

The university issued a statement in response to the comments: “Professor Davos is an excellent scholar, scholar of the humanities, and a dedicated student of sociology.

We will continue to work closely with the law enforcement, and the university will provide appropriate legal assistance to those who are affected.” “

The university does not tolerate racism, discrimination, xenophobia, or other forms of bigotry in any form.

We will continue to work closely with the law enforcement, and the university will provide appropriate legal assistance to those who are affected.”

Professor Davis comments have also sparked outrage from social justice groups.

“As a white person I am deeply disappointed by these comments and I hope the person who made them has learnt their lesson,” the hashtag #IStandWithJDavons trended on Twitter on Monday.

“We have a long way to go in making our society more equitable and inclusive.”