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Derek Hook, a Duquesne University associate professor of psychology, recently endorsed the theory that “white people should commit suicide as an ethical act.”


During a talk in March, Hook expressed admiration for the “provocations” of white South African philosopher Terblanche Delport, including his statement that “the only way then for white people to become part of Africa is to not exist as white people anymore.”

“I want to make the argument that, psychoanalytically, there was something even ethical in Delport’s statements,” said Hook, an expert in the “psychology of racism,” in a clip that surfaced Thursday on Twitter.

  • The same salon series, sponsored by the American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Work, featured a clinical psychologist who spoke on how “whiteness” is a “ghost” that “drains the psychic energy” of white patients.

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