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Re: “D-49 principal may have been OK with N-word on playground

Why did he do nothing, if he knew? We don't know. Should he AND his family be publicly humiliated for it though? No. Should it be addressed? Yes. And according to the article, it has been. My question is why is it ok for one black, African American, person of color (I'll cover all bases to not offend anyone, hopefully) to call another one by the N-word, but not for any other race to use it? If it's that offensive, shouldn't we ALL just not say it? Are black, African American, people of color (covering bases again) using it as some odd kind of "term of endearment"? And if so, then maybe it was written as such...after all, we don't know WHO put it there or why.

Posted by me&mine on 04/05/2010 at 5:47 PM

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