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A Georgia Gwinnett College professor’s online comments about illegal immigrants have prompted some, including a state lawmaker, to say he should be reprimanded or fired.
The professor, a Chinese legal immigrant, says of the criticism: Bring it on.
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Fang Zhou, an associate history professor at the college, is being criticized by some for using phrases such as “ghetto thugs” and “libtards” in social media conversations about illegal immigration and for saying he has a “Deportation of illegal immigrants” sign in his office.
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He remarked: “I am against political correctness. I speak truth to power in class and my students learn about the financial drain of illegal immigration on the economy and the high crime rates of illegal immigrants. My students are ‘woke’ and are overwhelmingly against illegal immigration after taking my class.”
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professor uses hostile terms “ghetto thugs,” “libtards,” & spreads false narratives about immigrants.
State - Rep - Bee - Nguyen - D-Atlanta
State Rep. Bee Nguyen, D-Atlanta, shared some of Zhou’s posts on Twitter late Wednesday in a message criticizing him. Nguyen said in an interview with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that Zhou was sharing “inflammatory terminology” and espousing “false narratives” about illegal immigrants, such as they commit more crime.
“Those myths have been disputed many times,” she said. “I have concerns about him teaching those things in a classroom.”
Bee - Nguyen - D-Atlanta
Bee Nguyen, D-Atlanta.
Nguyen, who in 2017 became the first Vietnamese-American elected to the Georgia House of Representatives, said she found the remarks particularly disturbing because of the college’s racial diversity. Nearly 70% of its students are African American, Asian or Hispanic. The lawmaker said she planned to write the college to voice her concerns. She noted U.S. House lawmakers passed a bill this week that would offer a path to U.S. citizenship for young, undocumented immigrants.
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