Skip to comments.We're a Culture, Not a Costume Too: Selective outrage over Halloween costumes
Posted on 10/28/2011 6:40:34 PM PDT by W.C.S.
We're a Culture, Not a Costume Too Selective outrage over Halloween costumes
By Kevin DeAnna
A student group at the University of Ohio has received praise from the mainstream media for its "We're a culture, not a costume" campaign. The group is called Students Teaching About Racism in Society. As with all multicultural groups, it is fundamentally a product of the administration, beginning in 1988 as a class. Ohio University also features a multicultural center with no fewer than 31 separate student organizations (including STARS) featured on the site. The group's president is one Sarah Williams (age 24) who works in the school's Division of Student Affairs Office. The Dean of Students, Ryan Lombardi, said "We were immediately receptive... we thought they were great, well done, and professional. We immediately agreed to fund them." Of course.
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More politically incorrect Halloween costumes
School of International Service???
Betcha the Underwater Basketweaving Course is graduate level.
Please, please, let these idiots have degrees starting with the word “Pseudo.”
I hope that you did not misunderstand what this article is about: it is from a conservative viewpoint advocating making fun of the “We’re a culture, not a costume” posters.
WTF is the “University of Ohio”...?
Biggest party school in the country. They go nutzo over Halloween. Which makes Saucy Sandra and her gang of 10 wowsers a bit sad.
And that's wrong. Would it be acceptable to make fun of people who lacked sight, or hearing, or legs? Why is it considered "fun" to mock the humorless?
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