Ms. Rita Mookerjee is another member of the faculty at Iowa State University’s Women’s and Gender Studies program.
Mookerjee credited her views expressed on Twitter as to how she got her job.
And she has continued to express her views since. Many of which seem to have real racial undertones directed toward white people.
During Black History Month, Ms. Mookerjee said she was trying to limit her “interactions with yt people as much as possible.”
For instance, she says that “whyte women will do anything to invent their oppression.”
And that “whyte women are really out here gaslit by simps, colonizing BIPOC spaces, and playing the victim when they get called out.”
Not to mention that “whyte people need to stfu, and go read.”
Ms. Mookerjee said “yt women go out of their way to invent outrage and feign empathy when really they just love trauma porn.”
Ms. Mookerjee wanted to see how many “whyte editors” would step down to make room for black editors in 2020 during Black History Month.
Ms. Mookerjee also said professors need to learn to “accept that whyte men with dirty hair and wrinkled clothes will always be more liked and higher ranked.”
Amy Coney Barrett, a truly accomplished American woman, is labeled as a “mediocre judge” who was “elevated because she’s a white mother of school-aged children who will do white supremacist patriarchy’s bidding in a country that hates mothers and their school-aged children who are not white,” in a retweet by Ms. Mookerjee.
And there are plenty of other racial tweets from Ms. Mookerjee:
She mocked one student evaluation who said she is “too political” and the student “didn’t learn anything.”
Ms. Mookerjee is also co-founder of Honey Literary. She has asked for “sexy, steamy, funky work” for Honey Literary’s “Sex, Kink and the Erotic.”
One has to ask if a white professor were on social media saying they are attempting to limit their interactions with any minority population, how much longer would they be teaching at Iowa State?