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Penn State Gender Equity Center hosts activist with history of racist, antisemitic comments

Also complained about lack of blacks on ‘Seinfeld’ and ‘Friends’

Penn State University’s Gender Equity Center recently hosted a far-left race activist who has a history of racially insensitive and antisemitic comments.

The Daily Collegian reports Feminista Jones (pictured), an “educator, feminist writer, public speaker, community activist, and retired social worker” according to her website, spoke about how “preventions demand equity” for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Jones told her April 3 audience that the “standard of masculinity put forth by white men” is responsible for males’ desire to control women and hence “elevated rates of sexual violence.”

Jones said that she has dealt with “many forms of sexual violence […] throughout most of her life,” beginning at age 11.

The PSU Gender Equity Center states it “encourages individuals, communities, organizations and institutions to build racial equity and respect”; however, The New Guard reports that Jones’ (now-protected) Twitter feed has disparaged Asians and Jews.

“Why are yall [sic] walking around smelling like Jews that didn’t quite make it?” reads one (since-deleted) tweet. “I don’t care what drake [sic] said. It’s Hannukah, let that Jew Nigga cook!!” reads another.

The New Guard notes other tweets by Jones mocked Asian men and people who have a mixed Asian-black background.

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In the summer of 2020, Jones tweeted that “violence is the only way […] to bring about the liberation Black folks deserve.”

And white people certainly aren’t exempt from Jones’ critiques. Earlier this year in response to a video of two black dance students and their white teacher, Jones wrote that whites “don’t have any souls.”

In a lighter vein, Jones also took to task the TV shows “Seinfeld” and “Friends” because, despite taking place in New York City, they “did not have black people.”

The latter was “not funny,” Jones wrote, and “at some point, folks will admit [“Friends” actors] were the most boring, unfunny overpaid actors of the time.”

Regarding the former, Jones isn’t keen on black men quoting the show: “[T]here are few things more pathetic than seeing soooooo manyyyyy brothers on dating apps talking about how they always quote from Seinfeld. Immediate swipe left, loser lol,” she tweeted.

In addition to Penn State, Jones has spoken at Princeton, Cornell, Columbia, Boston University, UC Berkeley, Penn, Stanford, Drexel and Vassar.

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IMAGES: Feminista Jones/Twitter screencap; Google cache screencaps

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