N-word for me, but not for you


NSDo people use N-word as a slur against blacks in polite urban societies? According to British awakened activists, she can do so if the person is an “anti-racist” and the target is a black conservative.

Aisha Kanom was dismissed from her advisory role at Leeds Beckett University after her organization, Race Trust, called black conservative commentator Calvin Robinson “House Negro.” .. according to Matthew Miller of the Washington Examiner.

Kanom did not retreat.she Said The Guardian said the term “means aggressive” because it is an “anti-racist” term. “There is no way they are racist. They are intended to offend someone, but just because something is offensive means you can’t say that. Not. “

Therefore, using racist terms to make blacks feel uncomfortable is fine if the person is conservative, Khanom says. And she is not alone. More than 100 LBU scholars have signed a petition in support of Kanom, including Professor Kehinde Andrews of Black Studies. Insist The term is used to describe “people who are slightly wealthy and therefore may not understand the issue of racism.”Andrews Said again The term was “a concept born of the struggle for racial justice.”

This is not the first time Robinson has been slandered.he Said The BBC’s big question that he is called “a bounty, Uncle Tom, a house nigro, because he didn’t have the right opinion.”

When it comes to using racial slurs, some are just as good as others.

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tag: Race and diversity, Cancel culture, Racism, education, Higher education, England

Original author: Samuel Kim

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