Wednesday, August 17, 2016

On "Black Studies" Degrees

The complete and unabridged list of possible career paths for Black Studies graduates? Professional agitator/victim, fast food worker. And that's it.

Although, to be honest (something I usually try to avoid), according to Ohio State University, there are jobs someone with a Bachelor of Arts in African American and African Studies can get. Some examples they give include Megan L. Comfort, who is a Senior Research Sociologist at the Urban Health Program at RTI International. She's also an Adjunct Asst Professor of Medicine at UCSF.

As well as others (they've got a list of "Notable AAAS Majors" on their website). But I STILL say the majority of the darkies who "earn" this worthless degree end up in one of the careers I noted.

A degree that, according to Wikipedia, is now known as "Africoon Studies". Oops, I mean "Africana studies", African-American Studies or Afrocoonology.

Byline: This commentary was authored by Willis "I Love Strawmen" Hart. Purveyor of unfacts. LLIN-308.

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