Ms. Groves is a victim of racist bigotry in this sense.

December 27, 2020 § Leave a comment

Ms. Groves is a victim of racist bigotry in this sense. She wasn’t taught the reality of racist bigotry. Racist bigotry, often I’d say, includes hiding its own existence. It gets you “asking” the wrong questions. It seems a shame that the nameless faces bureaucrats at the University are allowed anonymity. They, in their own way, I see as reprehensible as they are only concerned about face. I believe that had Ms. Groves not allowed herself to be pressured into “yielding the field” she could have prevailed. She violated no law and what she said weren’t really her words in the sense that she was a kid and you cut kids slack. What an awful and cowardly institution of higher learning she won’t be attending. That may be a good thing.

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