[Ed. – The school should feel so proud.]
“Professor D.us,” the artist formerly known as “Professor Dee” who goes by “Damon Sajnani” professionally, is offering a “HipHop and Social Justice” course that requires students to purchase his own album.
The University of Wisconsin, Madison professor, henceforth referred to by his stage name of “Professor D.us” (pronounced “Professor D dot U.S.”), first drew national media attention for his course called “The Problem of Whiteness.”
This semester, he will also be teaching a “Global HipHop and Social Justice” course, the course description for which features a segment from a Senegalese television program in which rappers report and comment on the news. In one segment, Professor D.us is shown rapping apologetics for the North Korean regime’s nuclear program while labeling President Donald Trump a “psycho.”
According to the MacIver Institute, Professor D.us has also delivered classroom lectures while wearing a T-shirt with the words “Not My President” and an image of a Republican elephant with a wig.