LEXINGTON, Va. (AP) — The first Black superintendent of the Virginia Military Institute has written a scathing Facebook post pushing back against a critic of the school’s efforts to foster more diversity, equity and inclusion.

The Washington Post reports that retired Army Maj. Gen. Cedric T. Wins penned the post last week after a white VMI alum spoke on a Richmond radio show.

Carmen D. Villani Jr. questioned VMI’s $6 million request from the General Assembly for reforms prompted by an investigation that said VMI suffers from a “racist and sexist culture.”

Wins wrote that Villani doesn’t understand the request, saying it would “pale in comparison” to other schools’ requests.