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USC Professor Bans Students From Using The Phrase ‘Illegal Immigrant’ On Exam

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 Cinnamon    28,895

According to an email screenshot supplied by a student in the class, despite the class dealing substantially with illegal immigration into the United States, Chavez banned use of the term “illegal immigrant” on her students’ upcoming final exam. Instead, students have been ordered to use the term “undocumented immigrant” or “unauthorized entry” as a euphemism for such immigrants.

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http://dailycaller.com/2016/12/08/usc-professor-bans-students-from-using-the-phrase-illegal-immigrant-on-exam/#ixzz4SNFttVYl

They're ILLEGAL ALIENS! End of! Stupid California Marxists at it again. 

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Maybe we should call them Spanish Conquistadors.

European Mexicans are Mexican citizens of European descent.[6] Mexico does not have a racial census, but estimates from different international organizations of this ethnic group as a segment of the country's population range from 9% according to The World Factbook to as high as 10-20% (approximately one-tenth to one-fifth) according to Encyclopædia Britannica.[1][2] Another group in Mexico, the "mestizos", includes people with varying amounts of European ancestry, with some having a European admixture higher than 90%.[7] However, the criteria for defining mestizo varies from study to study, and in Mexico a large number of white people have been historically classified as mestizos because the Mexican government defines ethnicity on cultural standards as opposed to racial ones.[8]

Europeans began arriving in Mexico during the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire; the descendants of the conquistadors and new arrivals from Spain formed an elite but never a majority of the population. Intermixing would produce a mestizo group which would become the majority by the time of Independence, but power remained firmly in the hands of the elite, called "criollo."[6]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexicans_of_European_descent

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 Cinnamon    28,895
5 minutes ago, Alice said:

Non-citizen immigrant. There. 

I like border jumper a lot better. Welcome to the forum, Alice. 

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