Re: Excerpts from University of Delaware Office of Residence Life Diversity Facilitation Training
On Nov 1, 2007 4:19 PM, Stefano Mori <stefano.mori@...> wrote:
> On 2007-Nov-01, at 15:42, Jared Earle wrote:
> > On 11/1/07, Chuck Bennett <bennettc@...> wrote:
> >> Silence is consent.
> > That scares me.
> A NON-WHITE:
> A non-term, used to deny their own white racist supremacist bigotry.
> Often used in the racist Apartheid system by so-called victims of the
> system, who hide behind their NON-WHITE status as a means to effect
> downward mobility to lower social standing, gain entry to townships
> lacking modern amenities, and prevent themselves being elected to
> parliament. They maintain an aura of innocence and are responsible for
> perpetuating and legitimatizing the racist system by their complicit
> employment in low skill jobs and compliance with segregation policies.
> Their refusal to challenge it, is a silence of consent.
I need to read the actual material, not just the excerpts to be sure.
On the surface it doesn't sound good though.
"there are three things to cry for in life - things that are lost,
things that are found, and things that are magnificent.~douglas