I didn't think you would. You seem to be suggesting that historical re-enactments of past injustices are of value to remind people of what was. While I'm not averse to the idea in principle, I'd suggest there are good ways and bad ways to go about it. Consent, surely, would be a big part of doing it right.
In this case, the motivator is real racial aggression, and sneaky, self-righteous aggression at that. We don't really want to see that on public display. If non-white students are offended by the presence of white students, it might be better for all concerned if they keep their thoughts to themselves.
If that cabinet were packed with competent, public-spirited people, I couldn't care less if they were all Thai transsexuals. However, as the good Doctor points out, female leaders are (historically) no more or less likely to start wars, and women on the average are no more or less competent than men. Why more men than women tend to end up as politicians, and have done for the whole of recorded history, is probably a bit more complicated than 'testosterone' or 'oppression'.