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Vicious anti-white hatred at SUNY. Extremist professors say "white racism," not diet, exercise, lifestyle, or genetics, cause black women to die younger.


Black women have significantly less healthy lifestyles than white women. They tend to eat much worse diets and tend to exercise much less than white women.

Genetics also contributes greatly to how long a person can live. Groups of people who lived in extreme climates for thousands of years, tend to have the hardiest constitutions. The Negro race, always lived in the tropics.

Also, black men are over eight times more likely to beat or murder a significant other. Health groups say that beatings from black men are a leading cause of long term injury and chronic pain among black women.  This is a massive amount of injury, pain, and stress that black women carry with them. “The National Black Women’s Health Project” has identified the battering of women as the number one health issue for African American women (Joseph, 1997).

Black people have higher self-esteem than white people. Since at least the 1950’s scientists have found that black people have higher self-esteem than whites and Asians. This piece of information alone completely disproves the SUNY “study” beyond any shadow of a doubt.

American Sociological Association (Source)

Past research indicates that black adolescents consistently have higher self-esteem than white students. Other research demonstrates that self-esteem has positive effects on academic achievement. However, black students have lower academic achievement than white students while concurrently exhibiting higher self-esteem.

However, the extreme Marxists at SUNY have thrown all of this out the window. “Racism” they say, causes black women to die younger.

Get this, a local paper in Northern New York, Watertown Daily Times, singles out the Council of Conservative Citizens as causing black women to die younger!

From Extremist Watertown Times…

“Anecdotally, we heard from students of color some of the trouble they’ve had here, things like finding employment and housing,” she said. “When I first found out about that supremacist organization in Parishville, I said, ‘OK, we need to do something about this.'”

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, a civil rights organization based in Alabama, there is a group in Parishville called the Council of Conservative Citizens, a white nationalist group.

There also have been instances of racist graffiti and slurs around the north country, Ms. Bonnar-Kidd said.

If, at the end of the survey, the professors determine there is a link in St. Lawrence County between discriminatory encounters, related stress and overall health, the next step will be outreach and education to residents.

“A lot of it, I think, is unknown; a lot of people don’t realize or don’t understand that what they do can be racist,” Ms. Bonnar-Kidd said. “We hope to do some education and outreach.”