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According to Professor ‘How We Eat Our Chicken’ is a Racial Issue

Erika Abad, a Nevada State College professor and an alumna of DePaul University in Chicago, shares that, in a world where everything is racially motivated, even how we eat our chicken is a racial issue.

Abad suggests that “specific food and specific aromas” are radicalized and that even that different perfumes have racial connotations. Abad states, “All of these smells hint at otherness or assimilation in ways that complement a colorist aesthetic that lends us and prompts us to lean closer to whiteness.”

According to Abad, “how we eat our chicken” and “the level of salt in our food” is racially motivated.

Abad presented the bizarre take during a presentation to DePaul alumni as part of a series called “Perspectives on Racial Justice.”

According to the DePaul Alumni YouTube channel, “Perspectives on Racial Justice is a series that seeks to further DePaul University’s commitment to ending racial injustice on campus and in our community. Presented by the Office of Alumni Relations in partnership with faculty and alumni experts, the series strives to bring awareness to racial inequalities, continue the dialogue on issues of race and ethnicity and support our communities of color.”

Campus Reform reports:

Abad said that “colorsim” can be explained through five points, dubbed the “sense(s) of colorism:” sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste.

On the topic of sight, she referenced hair style and products, arguing that using coconut-based and scented products is about assimilating to “whiteness.”

Then, answering a question posed to her during the live stream, she said that “how [people of color] eat [their] chicken” is also about “whiteness,” but did not explain the details.

[b][i]The level of stupidity of the left knows no bounds.[/i][/b]
AbbeyRhode · F
If that's what he/she/it thinks, then by all means, it should sit in a corner and eat bugs. We normies will continue to eat what we like, without thinking about race while we do it, because that's what normal people do.
specman · 46-50, M
I agree with you! What does she mean by whiteness? If she’s referring to white people I’m offended! That’s a racist statement!
Budwick · 70-79, M
@specman I'm still working on "How we eat our chicken!"
specman · 46-50, M
@Budwick yeah! I don’t know how to eat chicken any other way! Lol
I have friends of different races and nationalities and we all eat chicken the same way! I don’t know about the far leftist’s ideas. There seems to be so many arguments and movements nowadays. It’s really insane! Everything that’s happening now is referenced in a apocalyptic writing in Revelations. I mean even if you’re not Christian you have to admit the book of Revelations is spot on.
4meAndyou · F
Big fat ugly a holes are often so desperate for attention they have to make stuff up...and here is another case in point.
cherokeepatti · 61-69, F
Some people want to anal-yze everything with pop psychology and spin it into an agenda for racism etc.
Teirdalin · 26-30
To be fair, she looks to be an expert on eating.
cherokeepatti · 61-69, F
@Teirdalin saw an article with a woman saying that losing weight after gaining in the winter is “racist”…something that white people are promoting.
Barefooter25 · 46-50, M
These knuckle heads are trying to control every single aspect of our lives. If Fred Sanford was around today, he'd be making a million jokes about this particular karen.
cherokeepatti · 61-69, F
@Barefooter25 Or Archie Bunker 😂
@Barefooter25 I like my chicken!!
MarineBob · 56-60, M
I am all for campus reform..
If you need Narcan in vending machines replace the administrative staff
Pretzel · 61-69, M
@MarineBob here's an idea
let's teach facts necessary for the degree we're pursing

and let the social crap work itself out
cherokeepatti · 61-69, F
@Pretzel yes I agree. Teaching bullshit is making college that much more expensive.
Some people wake up everyday looking to get offended, or cry racism, about everything.

"Breathing air is racist" coming soon.
Looks like she hasn’t missed too many chicken dinners!
This is what our centers of higher learning spit out calling them graduates. This guy, white, anarchistic, son of a multi millionaire, not from Georgia
The others not all from Georgia, one a Canadian one from France all involved in rioting in Atlanta. [image deleted][image deleted]
Pretzel · 61-69, M
I'm from the south
I love fried chicken
potato salad
and eat watermelon

and am so white I get towed back out to sea when I go to the beach- they think I'm a beached whale
Budwick · 70-79, M

carpediem · 61-69, M
DePaul, it figures. Indoctrination central. Apparently they scoop out the functioning part of your brain and replace it with a steaming pile of horse dung.
jackjjackson · 61-69, M
Her explanation for her comment re eating would make for interesting reading.
@Budwick Doesn't matter, you know how sensitive people are.
wildbill83 · 36-40, M
For any "sensitive" people that are "offended" by the above quote...

Budwick · 70-79, M
@MsSwann [quote]you know how sensitive people are.[/quote]

That's what bubbles and puppies are for!
AthrillatheHunt · 51-55, M
She’s wrong. Black chicks taste the same as white chicks.
MarineBob · 56-60, M
@AthrillatheHunt some even better
AthrillatheHunt · 51-55, M
@MarineBob personal results may vary. Lol
fun4us2b · M
Giving the microphone to the wrong person reduces the validity of any argument - racism exists, nonsense does not help.

I for one like my chicken legs spicy and cooked through...
Tres13 · 51-55, M
True but only if u start eating from the arse up
Virgo79 · 61-69, M
I'll eat my chicken any way i want😌
What is with the whiteness remark. Is there something wrong with being white.
@Spoiledbrat Yes, didn't you know?
MasterLee · 56-60, M
I don't care for chicken

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