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Harvard To Hold Blacks-Only Graduation Ceremony
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Honestly lots black people in the US feel way too entitled nowadays. Some are even more privileged than the white people they call privileged. Also I say LOTS not all, what I'm saying already is pretty bad but not trying to say ALL black people.


All the successful people, who are black, I see/know got that way by focusing on improving themselves and now they live good lives. All the idots screaming racism are working shit jobs or on welfare. Its really no different than anyone else except they have a free victim card on birth that too many of them charge.
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I find this as inevitable after cultural bridging began occurring through schools. All the bullshit about cultural appreciation months, cultural classes, cultural whatever has just been connecting with one another in institutionalized settings. We, as capable individuals, come together on our own. With the middle man of federal intent telling masses what other cultures are and developing programs through the desensitized manner of governments (even in private schools), nothing really happened except a program for learning instead of everything that we do just by being with each other in an entirely less effective way. So cultural divides became grades and hatred became fueled by forcefulness of having individuals go through these programs not really giving a shit about them.

One can learn more in a night hanging out with someone from another country then they'd ever learn through school. The big benefit of all the school programs is the open resource of internet amassing all the studies together. That isn't equivalent but helps fill in the blanks of institutional programs teaching one another. While the internet has some perks (and internet censoring has already begun), most individuals in america are still getting spoon fed perceptual biases through their schooling.

It was inevitable that various cultures would feel as unconnected to one another as appears nowadays. There hasn't really ever been active growth in favor of bridging the gaps... instead people been talking about one another, while typically not in favor of one another. Beliefs of competitiveness just for the sake of being competitive hasn't helped either. Individuals often don't want to be around those that don't really understand them.

Furthermore, there are many conspirators that work in colleges often encouraging individuals to create social distrust and unrest under the guise of freedom. Propaganda engines are what schools have always been.
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brought to you by the same people that needed to cancel classes and give therapy to students that probably didn't even vote in the election
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This makes my head hurt. They praise M.L.K with a day of celebration, then they turn around and start back up segregation! I don't get it!
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Rujikin wrote:


hurtuoc wrote:

Honestly lots black people in the US feel way too entitled nowadays. Some are even more privileged than the white people they call privileged. Also I say LOTS not all, what I'm saying already is pretty bad but not trying to say ALL black people.


All the successful people, who are black, I see/know got that way by focusing on improving themselves and now they live good lives. All the idots screaming racism are working shit jobs or on welfare. Its really no different than anyone else except they have a free victim card on birth that too many of them charge.


If you are going to Harvard, you are likely a success story already. It makes the whole thing seem ridiculous when one has already had the means to pay for it in the first place, and various other circumstances that plague most of the black community but not them for the most part.
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WHY ARE YOU GUYS READING THE ARTICLE?
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College kids today taking steps backwards being brain-washed kept in safe spaces shit I went to a jr. college worked at same time
never expected free hand outs saved for my first car.. left my home at 16 lived a up and down life moved back and forth many times over
spent some months sleeping in my car but never gave up.. keep in mind did not have cell phones so had to go on foot to get a job!

Pushed ,pushed back never gave up I just do not get the privileged thinking of kids today some them anyway.
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This is legal. It would be suicide for Harvard to get involved in a private matter. That being said, it's incoherently racist in that a "community" feels the need to segregate themselves from fellow peers just for skin color. If this were the other way around it'd be protested and Harvard would've certainly gave it's two-cents to save face.
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odaplaX wrote:

This is legal. It would be suicide for Harvard to get involved in a private matter. That being said, it's incoherently racist in that a "community" feels the need to segregate themselves from fellow peers just for skin color. If this were the other way around it'd be protested and Harvard would've certainly gave it's two-cents to save face.


if it was the other way the students would be kicked out of college, because Racism, and not graduate
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maybe we need segregation again,


then what will they do?
prob like it lol
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And this is why we call the left: THE REGRESSIVE LEFT
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This reminds me of the news video that shows a black girl and guy attacking a white dude for wearing dreadlocks.

http://nation.foxnews.com/2016/03/31/black-student-who-allegedly-attacked-white-student-his-dreadlocks-under-investigation
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I mean other than the title being misleading and just the whole idea being kind of stupid, I'm pretty whatever about this. I think everyone else should be "whatever" about it too. Honestly, if you want relations between people of different backgrounds to improve, you should just ignore specifically stuff like this. All it does is just create more petty arguments over something so small. It's arguments over stuff like this that fuels little Obama-clones and whatever the opposite is of that.
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Lol well now we know the proper way to justify segregation. First you have to do it to yourself and second you have to claim it is to build a strong community. Now we know, after all it is all about equality. I say what is good for the goose is good for the gander right?
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