Some part of me feels affirmative action is unjustified in today's climate. I'm not very cynical, if anything there is an episode on Modern Family on the lengths people will go to be diverse.
My view? I think hiring processes for most businesses and colleges should rely on voluntary quotas on whatever they feel would best benefit their campus or business. Hiring on the other hand, should be subjected to a more rigorous form of scrutiny.
I don't know what to believe though.
It's more than unjustified, it's the definition of racist. Hell, it even fits the new obfuscated definition of racist leftist like to use involving institutional power too. And nowhere in the world are the results so perfectly personified as those in the African country, South Africa.
Best propaganda example in shortest time you'll ever see (4 mins):
The true results of Affirmative action (2 mins):
Zimbabwean immigrant's experience as a student in South Africa (3-4 mins):
there is an Irish heritage month, there is also one for the Italians.
im my great great great great great great great great great great great grandparents were irish slaves-most likely- -and more recently 4 gens back irish-
give me compensation money you scum
and a statue
and a school for irish only
and a irish history month
The only reason why people don't know about it is because they didn't care enough to look. it only became an issue when people of color had their own month because you perceived as exclusion.
I honest to god didn't know
its more so that black history month is kind of put before all the others, at least here in america