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Tag Archives: Racial Sensitivity
Some said tweet about bleach could be about whitewashing blacks.
Students who dressed like gangsters must now take a course on social justice.
Someone scrawled graffiti in a bathroom, so classes are cancelled.
Student government wants legal action against microaggressors.
Indian students are “appalled by the insensitiveness.”
Promises to fight against racism the rest of his life.
They say the name is “commercial speech” and is subject to “relaxed First Amendment review.”
Poster promoting the event has children that some say look like pickaninnies.
One day of the week, platoon members let each other use racial insults.
City officials assume the stickers are “racist.”
SAE will fight the shutdown of its University of Oklahoma chapter.
Bigoted Texts ‘Disgraced’ SFPD, Chief Says, Vowing Rapid Action, San Francisco Chronicle
Private text messages are now grounds for firing police officers.
Former chair of Commission for Racial Equality blasts Britain’s “mealy-mouthed approach to race.”
The fraternity has been banned and some students may be expelled.
Saying a perp is black promotes negative stereotypes.
She “has a problem with Negroes.”
One “insensitive” forwarded message sinks white candidate.
‘Racist’ Bird Names Banned by Sweden, The Local
No more “white-rumped swifts.”
How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco’s Life, New York Times
The inner workings of the social media crusade against “insensitivity.”
Theme Party Spurs UT Fraternity Investigation, KXAN (Austin)
Sombreros and ponchos are not allowed.
U. of Michigan is building “safe, inclusive, and respectful communities.”
Said rude things about blacks.
Race is being brushed under the carpet.
No free speech for teachers.
166-year-old pub name offends modern Brits.
Not a Very P.C. Thing to Say, New York Magazine
Liberal columnist says PC is an “undemocratic creed.”
He’s “devastated” by his “thoughtless use of inappropriate language.”
And it wasn’t even n***er.
Britain is a brave new world.
It could offend foreigners.
Sharpton to Have Say over How Sony Makes Movies, New York Post
He has not yet decided whether Amy Pascal should be fired.
She was tired of the racial double standard.
No jokes allowed.
Activists wanted a “C” to be the lowest grade students could get this semester.
Student says “it felt like she was invalidating the experience of black lives.”
Well-wishing whites think “facts don’t matter” when it comes to “racism.”
Pointing out that most of the illegals are Hispanic is “racist.”
Justice Department Training Police Chiefs on Bias and Officer Behavior, Los Angeles Times
Police departments have to be trained on how to deal with blacks.
Republicans not tolerant of diversity of views.
The Rise of the Stepford Students, Spectator
University students think they have a right not to be offended.
90 Arrests in Black Pete Protests, Independent
Two million people have signed a petition to keep Black Pete black.
Liberals Are Killing the Liberal Arts, Wall Street Journal
Students even want to censor discussions of censorship.
Muslims want an official holiday for Eid.
The tradition will carry on.
Redefining the Word, Washington Post
The “n-word” is here to stay.
He says it was a problem of “imperfect semantics.”
Brooklyn Principal Apologizes for Remark Deemed Offensive, New York Times
Life gets trickier for whites all the time.