Sorority claims ‘whites wanting to be black’ is ‘white privilege’
The event, simply titled “White Privilege,” took place on October 3 in the Business Building at TCNJ, but the sorority acknowledged that it was difficult to spur interest at the predominantly-white school.
Caitlyn Fair, a Lambda Tau Omega and TCNJ alumna who is now a teacher in the area, told the assembly that the conversation is necessary because many people deny the existence of white privilege, or else employ the phrase “I don’t see color” as a means of avoiding the subject.
Also problematic, one participant asserted, is the phenomenon of “whites wanting to be black
Ottawa police stopping Middle Eastern, black drivers at ‘disproportionate’ rate
Middle Eastern and black drivers — particularly young men — were far more likely to be stopped by Ottawa police than other drivers, according to a report analyzing two years of traffic stops.
A York University research team examined 81,902 traffic stops involving Ottawa residents from 2013 to 2015 where officers recorded their perception of the driver’s race, as well as their gender, age range, the reason for the stop and whether the stop resulted in charges
MEDICINE HAT, Alta. — A sexual minorities expert says judges need to be better educated about gender identity after two Alberta family court judges ruled that a child born a boy couldn’t wear girls clothes in public.
The case involves a couple in Medicine Hat fighting over custody of the five-year-old.
The mother supports what she says is the child’s wish to identify and dress as a girl, but the father does not and blames the mother for the child’s gender confusion.