The forum also featured other projects, like “White Avoidance,” “Civilized vs. Uncivilized,” “Kill the Land, Kill the Indian,” “White Women’s Role in White Supremacy” and “Gun Ownership and Racial Bias.”
Some of the university's students were offered extra credit for attending the forum, including those in "intercultural communication" and "women and gender studies" classes taught by professor Gloria Pindi.
One of Pindi’s students, however, believes that the forum went over like a lead blimp.
“I feel like the university system [leaders] are a bunch of hypocrites, they’re talking about stopping racism and promoting equality for all, yet they have no problem bashing white people,” the student shared with The College Fix. “They’re trying to make people feel guilty for being white.”