When you think of ‘college professors,’ you think ‘white men’

By Dhananjay Gupta ByThe Associated PressThe professor who once said she would “never” work with an African American student, even if they had a similar background, said she’s not going to work with a black person.

In an interview with the Associated Press, Dhananyne Jones said she will not work with people who have similar backgrounds to herself, and she has not heard from an African-American professor.

Jones, who taught high school English and history for more than a decade at the University of California at San Diego, said during the interview that she has no intention of working with students who share her views about race and ethnicity.

Jones said she had heard of some people who were comfortable speaking with her because of her race, but they were not willing to talk to her.

I don’t think there is anything wrong with a person who shares my views.

I have a strong academic background, and I think that makes me unique.””

I think that’s part of the reason I’ve been able to maintain this degree for so long.

I have a strong academic background, and I think that makes me unique.”

Jones said in the interview she has heard many complaints from people of color who are frustrated by her position.

“The more I’ve talked to people of all races, the more I’m finding that I’m not necessarily being heard,” she said.

Jones told the AP that she hopes to eventually get the chance to work as a professor at another college.

She said she does not want to work at the college because of the number of students who would not be interested in her work.”I don

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