A college newspaper in Texas has fired the student journalist who wrote a recent op-ed piece that suggested white people are oppressors "who shouldn't exist."
Texas State University student journalist Rudy Martinez was fired from the University Star for his racist rant even though he has apologized.
Stacy Washington of Project 21 says this kind of rancor often comes from those who are supposedly the primary promoters of racial tolerance.
"The place where tolerance is supposed to reside," she says, "they're the ones that are continually churning out these really mentally deficient individuals - people who are making statements that call into question their sanity."
TSU, located in San Marcos, is home to approximately 39,000 students.
If you look closely at the college campus, and look at others who write for the newspaper, she says, Martinez is probably not alone in his hate-filled ideology.
"He's not an aberration or an outlier. He's a part of the culture there," she warns.
Reporting on the controversy, The Daily Caller said Martinez's November column stated that "white death will mean liberation for all," which the newspaper later stated "jeopardized the atmosphere of inclusivity."