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The Diversity Fetish

S.17 Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 12:38 PM
If affirmative action, diversity, inclusiveness, whatever you want to call the concept, were abandoned, we wouldn't see see more than a handful of blacks on any American college campus. It's a function of the average intelligence quotient of blacks compared to whites and the overwhelming difference in the number in each group who have "college-material" IQ. Kindly acquaint yourself with the information in this article: http://www.lagriffedulion.f2s.com/blackelite.htm
Joseph64 Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 12:56 PM
Even with affirmative action, there shouldn't be more than a handful of blacks on any college campus in America. Blacks only make up 12-13% of the total population so they shouldn't make up more than that in the student body of any college but in many cases they make up far more than that. There also should be no such thing as an all black school that refuses to admit anyone else. If there can be an all black school, the all white schools should also be allowed if you are really interested in equality.
TX Gal Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 1:13 PM
Are there any all black schools that refuse to admit anyone else?
Joseph64 Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 1:38 PM
Try Spelman College, which is not only all black but all black female, so they discriminate on the basis of both skin color and sex.
David1920 Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 3:39 PM
At one time in America civil rights applied to white people. Back during those halcyon days there was something called private property. If a private college wanted only black females, the key word was "private." Now private means the government manages ownership, unless you're black. Of course, what non-black person could stomach being around all those racist blacks?

There is an uplifting American feel about a university, a workplace or a neighborhood brimming with people of different races. It is the product of a nation assembled of people from everywhere else. From many places, one people.

Other nations have diversity of a sort, but no one can go to France and become French. I cannot go to Brazil and become Brazilian. The diversity of America, an assemblage of skin colors painted with a wide swath of history from immigration to slavery, has become a uniquely beautiful concept.

Leave it to government to screw it up.

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