Aaronette M. White, a professor of social psychology at UC Santa Cruz, who wrote and spoke widely about issues of race and gender, died of a cerebral aneurysm Aug. 13 at her Santa Cruz home. She was 51.Again, I hate to speak ill of the dead, but my tax money pays for these creeps to brainwash the next generation with bogus hate theories.
White was a gifted teacher who loved teaching and was beloved by her students, her family said. She was an exceptional scholar who believed in putting theory into everyday life. In July, White was named associate dean of equity and social responsibility for the UCSC Division of Social Sciences.
Named after her father, White was born in 1961 in St. Louis, the fourth of five sisters. According to her family, she began speaking out against injustice in elementary school, a trait she attributed to her mother and one she maintained for the rest of her life.
White earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Missouri, and her masters and doctorate from Washington University in St. Louis.
While completing her master's degree in clinical psychology, White observed that one reason that helped maintain an imbalance of power between men and women was that women kept experiences of sexual assault and rape private. By 1993, White became an anti-rape activist and began speaking openly about her experiences of sexual assault and rape.
UCSC has a lot of goofy jobs, but I did not know that they had an "associate dean of equity and social responsibility". She was not married and had no kids. She had her tubes tied.
Here is her web page, and you can see for yourself that it is all race-feminist politics, and is not advancing social science. Here is her main book:
Ain’t I a Feminist? presents the life stories of twenty African American men who identify themselves as feminists, centering on the turning points in their lives that shaped and strengthened their commitment to feminism, as well as the ways they practice feminism with women, children, and other men. In her analysis, Aaronette M. White highlights feminist fathering practices; how men establish egalitarian relationships with women; the variety of Black masculinities; and the interplay of race, gender, class, and sexuality politics in American society. ...Feminism has succeed in destroying marriage among African-Americans. About 75% of all their babies are born out of wedlock.
White conducted the first empirical examination of African American male feminism.
I posted Thursday about an accusation that a girl walked in on her uncle masturbating, and touched his hand for a few seconds. Supposedly the girl was bothered by it 40 years later.
This might be a question for these professors who study the psychology of rape. Is there any evidence of harm from such an incident? Is there any example of psychotherapy ever improving such a situation? I say that the answer is no, but I am open to being proved wrong. Show me the paper that says that I am wrong.
A reader says that he has more empathy than I do, because he says that the incident was not a minor incident. That is not empathy. That is just an opinion.
ABC TV 20/20 just showed an interview of Jaycee Dugard. There is a situation where a girl was really abused. The show said that she is in psychotherapy, reliving everything that happened. My guess is that the psychotherapy is making her worse.
My problem with the family court judge is that he issues orders every day that separate kids from their parents, and punish parents in other ways. These actions cause real measurable harm to kids on a daily basis. If he is going to be fired, he should be fired for that.