Attendees at this year's White Privilege Conference in Philadelphia took to Twitter over the weekend to express their one complaint with the conference: that it was "too white."
Using the hashtag "#WPCSoWhite" on Twitter, conference attendees complained that the conference, which was supposed to bring to light the issue of white supremacy in American culture, was actually dominated by white supremacy.
One attendee, Aeriel Ashlee, even alleged that the conference's keynote speaker, historian James Loewen, exercised his "white supremacy" by going over on his allotted time during his speech.
Others were upset that Loewen allegedly used the n-word in his speech:
That wasn't all. Other attendees complained about the "unsafe" environment of the conference and the hairstyles of other attendees:
One attendee event posted to Twitter about how upset she was over the price of a book being sold at the conference. She alleged that the high price was an example of the conference's white supremacy:
According to the Daily Caller News Foundation, approximately 70 percent of the event's attendees were Caucasian.
During the conference, one of the event's speakers even alleged that nearly everything wrong with the world is caused by Christianity.
(H/T: Daily Caller News Foundation)
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