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Brown University to allow students to ‘self-identify’ as persons of color

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School officials refuse to clarify how and why policy will be implemented

Brown University is implementing a change to its graduate school application that will allow applicants to “self-identify” as persons of color. Multiple efforts by The College Fix to clarify the details of this change were ignored by campus officials.

The policy comes as a result of complaints made by graduate students on the Graduate School advisory board that international and Asian American students are not treated as members of historically underrepresented groups by the university, according to The Brown Daily Herald.

One graduate student, Lydia Kelow-Bennett, told The Herald that this decision has led to “institutional invisibility” for these students. Brown defines historically underrepresented groups as “American Indian, Alaskan Native, African American, Hispanic or Latinx and Native Hawaiian and/or Pacific Islander.” The school’s diversity initiatives are intended to benefit members of these groups.

https://www.thecollegefix.com/post/39422/

Yeah because this is not going to cause racial issues...... If someone identifies as black. Then someone who is actually black finds out.. How do you think that is going to turn out?

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11 minutes ago, Ukshep said:

Yeah because this is not going to cause racial issues...... If someone identifies as black. Then someone who is actually black finds out.. How do you think that is going to turn out?

It depends on which liberal you talk too? They always talk sideways !

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12 minutes ago, Ukshep said:

 

Yeah because this is not going to cause racial issues...... If someone identifies as black. Then someone who is actually black finds out.. How do you think that is going to turn out?

My thoughts exactly..

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1 hour ago, Ukshep said:

Yeah because this is not going to cause racial issues...... If someone identifies as black. Then someone who is actually black finds out.. How do you think that is going to turn out?

:goodpost:

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56 minutes ago, Maidenmate91 said:

lmao this will go over well. I can already hear the backlash, about not suffering through decades of oppression. Why don't we all just identify as human, and forget the follies of our ancestors. Just start fresh through new eyes.

Because there is way too much money to be made by increasing racial tension...but couldn’t agree with u more.

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10 minutes ago, YaKnow2.0 said:

so im a black unicorn now!!!where my ebt card,and 40 acres??

Same place as my noodles apparently.

This topic should go to prove why this news is bad :D

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4 hours ago, Ukshep said:

“self-identify”

Let them self identify all the want, just leave the rest of us out of their insanity. 

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So now we have absolute empirical evidence that our universities are really insane asylums.  :gumface:

You pay a fortune to them to allow you to attend, get fed mumbo-jumbo nonsense and end up a veritable vegetable unable to discern anything much less the color of your skin.  

 

 

 

 

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