Harvard will host its first ever “black only” graduation ceremony

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    This is racist and a disgrace to all racial progress made over the last 60 yrs

    MLK would be disgusted at this

    if you are a black person who goes to Harvard, you are the furthest thing from opressed!
     
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    Universities are home turf for Cultural Marxists.
     
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    I am waiting for the RIGHTS FOR THE LEFT HANDED ----march on washington
     
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    hmmmmm Wonder if CNN and MSNBC are going to run an expose' story about this racism?
     
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    Me not know that many blacks went to Harvard
     
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    As the Black Lives Matter movement has risen to national prominence, so has the number of people spluttering the Dr. King’s Legacy logical fallacy, which runs a little like this:
    Here now, cease that [form of protest] immediately, you scallywags. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would not approve! [Insert random quote from the Birmingham jail letter, the speech he gave during The March for Jobs and Freedom, or favorite MLK factoid.]
    Logical fallacies often overlap, but this one is a Russian nesting doll of the things. Assertion. Appeal to authority and emotion. No True Scotsman. Cherry picking.
    What am I forgetting? Because there’s often a strong implication that anyone who would do anything that wouldn’t meet with Dr. King’s approval is a bad black person, ad hominem, although it could be another form of appeal to feels.

    The Dr. King's Legacy logical fallacy - Lawyers, Guns & Money

    Whenever any black person utters words that make white people adjust their collars, white people unfailingly respond with a variation of the phrase “but not all white people.” If they are bold enough, they might even challenge you with the Super Saiyan Caucasian preamble of all preambles: “What would Martin Luther King say about ... ”

    https://www.theroot.com/what-martin-luther-king-jr-would-say-about-white-peop-1822030959
     
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    When did a lot of blacks start going to HARVARD??????????
     
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    They don't.
     
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    I don't understand
     
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    Academic Jim Crow.
     

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