Free speech vs. cultural sensitivity: Missouri campus program seeks balance when views collide
Suzanne Burgoyne engages an audience of campus leaders from nine schools prior to a performance part of a "difficult diagnosis" workshop hosted by the University of Missouri Friday, June 12, 2009, in Columbia, Mo.Full Story
Since: Oct 07
#2 Jul 17, 2009
Free speach,sure!! Why is it you can be black, and call someone a racist name and get away with it? I recall us white folk are just Cracker MU basketball fans..
Saint Louis, MO
#3 Jul 17, 2009
I am black and I do not use racist terms or names. DO not GENERAlize about a race of people.
When you generalize about a race of people that is racist.
#4 Jul 17, 2009
Blacks always use the race card and you know it Emily. Whether you use terms or not the overall actions that your race takes pride in is obvious to all.
If you want a real look than look at the fact that the irish, italians, asians, arabs, persians and all other ethnicities have dealt with all the problems that blacks have yet have pulled themselves up by their own boot straps.
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