At a Tennessee university, questions about cultural appropriation linger

At a Tennessee university, questions about cultural appropriation linger


10 thoughts on “At a Tennessee university, questions about cultural appropriation linger

  1. … aaaaaand we're back to racial segregation. Well done people. Well done.

    And for bonus irony consider the words "Black Greek".

  2. The truth about sorors and frats https://deliverancefromdemonsinjesusname.wordpress.com/2016/12/03/thinking-about-joining-a-fraternity-or-sorority-the-demonic-spirits-behind-greek-organizations-exposed/

  3. When people stop seeing differences and start respecting everyone and welcoming them this division will end. Stop promoting this racism and start promoting love.

  4. Would anyone complain if a black person performed an Irish step dance? No. They would be happy that the black person appreciates Irish culture. So this concept of cultural appropriation is just an attempt to control white people. It's racism, pure and simple.

  5. Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks and Jackie Robertson must all be rolling in their graves. They fought so no one would be judge based on the color of their skin, but on the content of their character. They fought against placing limits on people based on race and culture. Stood up against unfair rules that divided us and gave special treatment to a select group of people.

    These far left people want everyone to be judged based on skim color, not on the content of their character. They want to unfair rules place limits on people based on race and culture, thus dividing us even more, and they want to give special treatment to a select group.

    So backwards, and so opposite from the Civil Rights Movement in the 60s.

  6. If the black people are complaining about people performing dancing, why are they wearing white peoples' clothes and living in white peoples' buildings?

  7. Meanwhile these frat and sorority (greeks) call themselves greeks. BUT AREN'T EVEN GREEK. STOP APPROPRIATING MY CULTURE!!!

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