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Sid called a few minutes ago,” said T. E. “He was furious! He asked if you were . . ” “Hold up, T. , just hold the hell up,” I said. “He asked you what? ” T. : “He asked if we had experienced any problems with you. He even suggested we should kick you out of the college before you hurt someone. ” On the White Requirements of Black “Craziness” vis-à-vis Black Studies Wow! I had stood up in a meeting – truly, I suppose, a “revolutionary” act in the staterooms of Ivy League whiteness. ” I had tried (truth to tell) to sound like a Black Panther, although I was a black PhD recruited by Maynard Mack to be a British Victorianist for the English department at Yale.
Though my youth produced illusions of “leadership,” it did not make me stupid. Even with the requirements in hand, I knew I could not go it alone. ” Jones and Comer agreed to meet me at the Branford College dining hall on the afternoon before the meeting. The three of us showed up wearing jackets and ties, though not, I think, casually expensive shoes. We collectively shook our heads in dismay at how paltry the resources seemed that were going to Black Studies at Yale. ) We wondered, aloud and as a small group assembly, why a “white man” (Professor Mintz) had been designated to lead “black” planning efforts.
The courtyard, to the office of “T. ” He was no older than I. He had recently graduated from Yale and was now serving as an Ivy League apparatchik, while he dreamed up a way to roll over his undergraduate capital as ice-hockey-andbeer-partying nerd into meaningfully salaried employment in Manhattan. ” I asked. “Sid called a few minutes ago,” said T. E. “He was furious! He asked if you were . . ” “Hold up, T. , just hold the hell up,” I said. “He asked you what? ” T. : “He asked if we had experienced any problems with you.