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SPLC connected Professor accused of sexual assault

Posted on March 28, 2018 in The Extreme Left

Robert Reece is an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Texas at Austin who recently wrote an article for Vox in which he discussed the gray areas of sexual encounters. Shortly after this article was published one of Reece’s former partners, Jazmine M. Walker, a Washington D.C.-based reproductive rights activist, shared multiple tweets about her relationship with Reece alleging emotional abuse and even rape.

According to Reece’s bio, his scope of work looks fairly similar to many Professors in the social justice wing of academia; his listed public work includes topics like “Class Struggle is Race Struggle in U.S.”, “How My Social Justice Failed My Family.”, “Moving beyond metrics: a primer for hiring and promoting a diverse workforce in entomology and other natural sciences.”, etc.  Additionally he appears to have some affiliations with the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). He has contributed multiple articles for their Teaching Tolerance program and recently obtained an advisory board position at 500 Pens which is anti-hate social justice organization that lists the SPLC as it’s founding partner.

In the aftermath of these allegations, the far-left extremist group, Revolutionary Student Front has already declared him guilty and is advocating for “revolutionary violence” against him. Reece has since changed his twitter account to protected.

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