Monday, May 20, 2013


CounterPunch's M.G. Piety takes apart one of the pieties of politically correctness — Why “African-American” is a Patronizing, Even Racist Term. I was told to use "African-American" by a white professor and not to use it by a black friend; "I'm black, you're white; what's the big deal?"

(On a similar note, do not miss Taki Magazine's Jim Goad's latest, an example from which is the term "anti-racist" defined as "A person who makes everything about race" — The Progressive Glossary.)

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