"There are countless horrible things happening all over the world and horrible people prospering, but we must never allow them to disturb our equanimity or deflect us from our sacred duty to sabotage and annoy them whenever possible." -Auberon Waugh
For a "post-racial" nation, America is oddly fixated on racism.
How could the NYT miss these gifts for all aspiring hatemongering activists?"Bunker Down: Your Guide to Ethnic Studies Programs.""If You Lack the Blood: Your Guide to Sociology and Cultural Anthropology Programs."/Coming soon. "The Nonprofit Career:Your Guide to a Less Than Effectual Life."
Hmmm."..for all those who express a desire for a career as a hatemongering activist?"Probably better, or not.:)
TRJ: Not a chance on the "post-racial" thing. "Race" is a career path and you can't force these people to look for honest work. That would be disempowering after all.
Stacy McCain makes the point in so many words that America doesn't really want an honest discussion of race, because that would detail the culpabilities and failures on all sides, not just one.
Yojimbo, having race baiters look for honest work gets them derision for trying to "act White", which leads to them to lose authenticity and the minority victim card for that.Deborah Leigh
Yojimbo, you forgot:"Seizing The Narrative: How To Accuse Someone of Racism Without Calling Them A Racist"
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