Nostalgiia wrote:well sanddbox, i agree yet disagree with your statement.
Nostalgiia wrote:I do believe that anti-discrimination should be taught, but i also believe that its been pushed so much that we've grown into a world of double standards.
sanddbox wrote:While I have nothing against teaching non-discrimination in public education, they definitely a) focus way too much on black rights and b) push the idea way too much, to the point of censoring the "N word" in books. Ridiculous.
Uh, where exactly did we disagree?
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insomaniacal wrote: And don't even get me started on the middle east... It's practically become a crime to call a terrorist an Arab.
Reminds me of the racial profiling fallacy - whereas "racial profiling" is just basic statistics, people will have you believe that it's racist to think a Muslim is more likely to be a terrorist. The phrase itself is very poor; something like "statistical profiling" (or better yet, profiling) would be much more accurate.