Rutgers University officials recently ruled that a white professor who said he hates white people violated university policy. Rutgers University president Robert Barchi is now asking officials to re-think their decision.
According to NJ.com, Rutgers president Barchi is assembling a special advisory group to assist the Office of Employment Equity who levied the original ruling that could lead to a suspension for the professor, James Livingston.
Livingston wrote on his Facebook page "OK, I now officially hate white people. I hereby resign from my race. F--- these people," after seeing a restaurant in Harlem that was, in his words "overrun with little caucasian a--holes." Professor Livingston later said that the post was satire.