The Naturalization Actwhich restricted who could naturalize to whites only The Indian Removal Actwhich forcibly removed thousands of Natives east of the Mississippi to Oklahoma an action that violated a Supreme Court decision The People v. But research try herehereand here for starters has consistently confirmed the biggest beneficiaries of affirmative action:
A few people got that and stepped in defense of it, arguing that Critical Theory is essential to the social studies, as scientific theory Positivism can not be applicable with qualitative research. Perhaps I could have better articulated that I was arguing that quantitative research is a possible alternative through methods like Critical Rationalism.
Of course, even today there are debates and pieces written on this matter that stem back decades.
But this is not what most people saw. Of course the two concepts are hot-button issues, but I still took it upon myself to write an opinion piece about it. I accepted from the beginning there would be little praise and a lot of opposition to what I would have to say. It seems that the original point of my topic, criticizing Critical Theory, was over shadowed by my choice of critique.
Then enters Patrick Johnson.
Another SJW with a white savior complex. As Pat mind if I call you Pat? Pat decided to show the institutional racism of the education system, and erroneously claimed that black children do not misbehave more than white children while giving facts regarding the rate of suspension and how it is much higher for black children than other races.
This information is HALF true. Looking at similar sources, in a study, it showed that black children ARE being suspended from school at a much higher rate than any children in school.
While the first study was done in the sblack children were always being suspended more than white children, but never near the same rate as today. But how exactly did the numbers shoot up so much? What were these kids suspended for? Now what I just did is exactly what I said the problem was.
Is it institutional racism? We can waste time and go through everything Pat pointed out, only to be countered with other statistics. But it only takes away from the point I was trying to make. I argue for Critical Rationalism, because I believe that it could give us a better understanding of all the numbers and lead us to a conclusion of what the larger problem might be.
Why pick on institutional racism? Let me make another point. Remember those numbers I showed regarding suspension? Notice how few Asian children are suspended. While I understand that black people in the US have quite a few issues, I really believe these issues have less to do with the American system being built a racist values, and more to do with a flaw in the American system itself.
Pat points to higher incarcerations rates of black people for drug offenses, I point to the War on Drugs has been being a war on all underclasses. Pat points to white privilege, and I laugh at him.
Did you think I forgot about that? Bob is 38 year old CIS white male with a wife who works part time and 2 kids. Bob went to university and graduated, and got himself a job with CorpX.
Bob went through the economic recession like everyone else. During the first year of recession, CorpX decided to let people work hour work weeks while only paying for 40 hours to ensure that CorpX can stay afloat.
This is besides the fact that American Employment stands out as some of the most harsh in the civilized world. Lucky for Bob however, he was not one of the many people let go from CorpX over the years to help the company stay afloat. As Bob is walking back to work after grabbing his lunch, he is stopped by 24 year old college student, Pat.
Pat wants Bob to sign a petition to stop racism in America. Bob had learned about racism since he young. He knows the racist past of America, and knows that minorities tend to have it rather hard in America.
Pat tells Bob that institutional racism is alive and well in America, and one of the problems is white people are not understanding their privilege.Why Talking About “White Privilege” Is Anti-White Racism A Clear and Simple Explanation for Those Who Still Don’t Get It.
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White Supremacy Culture From Dismantling Racism: A Workbook for Social Change Groups, by Kenneth Jones and Tema Okun, ChangeWork, This is a list of characteristics of white supremacy culture which show up in our organizations.
White privilege (or white skin privilege) is the societal privilege that benefits people whom society identifies as white in some countries, beyond what is commonly experienced by non-white people under the same social, political, or economic circumstances.
Academic perspectives such as critical race theory and whiteness studies use the concept to analyze how racism and racialized societies.