He doesn’t believe it will happen:
In the piece below from Medium, Carl has gone a bit farther, predicting the impending cancellation of Darwin. I don’t share his fears, mainly because Darwin hedged his bets a bit, was an abolitionist, and I suppose I’m optimistic enough to think that Darwin’s great contribution to biology—indeed, to all humanity—must outweigh any of the minimal conventional bigotry he espoused during his lifetime. But I guess I could have said that about Jefferson, too, and look what happened to him.Jerry Coyne, “Will Darwin be canceled?” at Why Evolution Is True
But here’s the really interesting part: Coyne points to a medallion struck by Darwin’s wife’s family, the Wedgwood (who were abolitionists):
Darwin’s grandfather (and also his wife Emma’s), designed this ceramic medallion that was popular among abolitionists as early as 1787. That may be enough to save Charles but, as we know, one misstep can cancel you for keeps. And Darwin made more than one—according to today’s lights.Jerry Coyne, “Will Darwin be canceled?” at Why Evolution Is True
The medallion features a black guy in chains, with the message “Am I not a man and a brother?”
Of course he is—but that is essentially a creationist idea. = We are literally all one family from the same parents.
Darwin’s contribution was the notion of the subhuman. In any Darwinian scheme, someone must be the subhuman. The one who is not a man or a brother. Otherwise, there is no beginning to human history.
Of course it needn’t be that guy. But it’s gotta be somebody. Darwinists will need to think hard to get out of that one.
See also: At Medium: On the “Impending cancellation of Darwin.” Essentially, Noah Carl is forcing the biology establishment to admit that they can’t impugn Darwin for his racism because he’s their religion. All those other guys can just be trashed. But not Darwin. Not for anything.